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OneNote folders cannot sync, show error code: 0xE402005F  with SharePoint 2013.

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We recently moved to Office 365 and suddenly our users seem to be having issue with syncing their OneNote files with SharePoint 2013.  Every time they open the file, this error code: 0xE402005F would appear.
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I believe I am may have found have found a resolution to the OneNote sync issue – “OneNote folders cannot sync, show error code: 0xE402005F”.  Inside the OneNote folder, there is a file with the extention “onetoc2” that allows all the files to be open as a table of contents by the users.  The fix can be implemented by opening the OneNote folder in explorer view and deleting this file.  Close the explorer view and refresh the site and SharePoint will recreate that again.  Open OneNote, resync that folder and you will notice that error will go away.
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