Thank you for your thorough reply. I do have a follow up question please...
When you backup and restore a QB Desktop company file, you are able to select the file path as to where to save that file. I am presuming that the related peripheral files that you mentioned (extension types - .tlg, .adr, .nd, .dns, etc.) are saved in that same location as the company file. So why would OneDrive be any different than saving that file to any other file path location? In other words, why couldn't a user still use the QB Desktop file that was saved to the OneDrive location (just like any other file path location)? Forgive me if I am missing something technical, but I very much appreciate any further response you can offer on this topic.
As you noted, we are otherwise considering a solution like QBox for sharing the company file with clients, but are wondering if that is even necessary for my business partner and I to share the file within the same office from separate PC's. Thank you again!
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We have experienced difficulty with trying to share QB Desktop client company files utilizing OneDrive. It seems as though the company file does not refresh with proper updates and/or the refresh takes added time so that the file, as saved on OneDrive, may very well not reflect the most recent updates. It seems as though this is a known issue when I google this issue as relating to the nature of the QB file. Has anyone else experienced this or is anyone else managing the sharing of QB Desktop company files by utilizing OneDrive without any issues? We are otherwise considering a cloud-hosted or remote in solution, but would like to be able to save money by utilizing OneDrive to manage the sharing needs of this file. Thanks for any insight/advice!
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