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SharePoint Permissions to reflect Skydrive Pro local documents

Posted on 2014-02-27
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Is there a way to remove folders/files from a local machine that is syncing Sharepoint documents? example - A folder/documents is synced down from SharePoint to users Skydrive Pro so they have a local copy. The users sharepoint permissions are changed and they no longer have access to that specific folder/documents.  We want the folders/documents to be automatically removed/deleted/deactivated from the Skydrive Pro folder that syncs with SharePoint on the local machine.
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You can right click the SkyDrive Pro icon by the clock and choose to stop syncing a folder.  You can manually delete files from the SharePoint folder in the Documents folder.
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