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.NET SYNC Framework "the metadata store replica is already in use"

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Hi all,
I'm getting an error "the metadata store replica is already in use" when syncing a folder(s).
I tried excluding the .metadata file out; but that does not do anything. I tried several different syntaxes as well to fiter out (exclude) this file to no avail.  

Any ideas?
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nope.  I checked for that too.  I have to say I experienced this issue dissapeard the other day; after I sent this message of course.  I didn't do anything diffrent either.  I have to do more testing to see if it comes back.
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I have not been able to reproduce this issue.
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