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TStream and One-Drive

Last Modified: 2015-08-16
I use TStream to lock out other applications accessing my data while it is being used by another application.

Does a One-Drive implementation prevent this from being an effective method across computers? I imagine One-Drive would allow me to update the files on one computer even though I have them locked on another computer. This is not desirable for me.

If necessary, I could implement a code-based solution, and only allow the "home computer" to update the files, and while this would work in some cases, it will not work in other cases.

One-Drive is brand-new to me, so I am just exploring its potential for backup and data visibility - which actually looks great.
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