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Has anyone used the product -

http://www.layer2solutions.com/en/community/FAQs/cloud-connector/Pages/file-system-sync-with-Office-365.aspx

for transferring folders from file share to sharepoint? I don't have hierarchy of folder beyond the limit suggested by SharePoint, however, I do have spaces in some files.
Would the layer2 capable of synching changes made on sharepoint to file server and vice - versa?
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Yes it is possible.

File servers can be integrated and synchronized with Office 365, SharePoint ...

The benefit is you don't have to change the existing structure of your local directory or network file share. ... Very flexible sync options like support of local directories, file shares, target
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Are there any used case scenario? possible limitation on doing it eg like not supporting special characters etc during the sync or detail manual on implementation. Does it take upload speed on internet during sync which could slow things down? Does the differential changes are incremented automatically without the need of heavy throughput? Does it syncs all the time for real time update or take schedule changes at night or only at scheduled time? how it maintains versioning and deduplication etc
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I guess I will to scheduled call from layer2 to find the real answer. Lot of generic statement are already posted on http://www.layer2solutions.com/en/community/FAQs/cloud-connector/Pages/office-365-file-server-migration-integration.aspx
but to get deeper answer I will have to schedule a call
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