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  1. In the last week I have installed the Fall Creator's Update on one of my two PCs. I am a user of Microsoft Onedrive so that I can keep my files in the cloud and also keep my 2 PCs synchronised. I also perform a monthly backup of both PCs to a hard disk drive using Retrospect. This is so that I can keep a reasonably current file set offline where Ransomware is less likely to get at it. On the Updated PC I have invoked the new Windows Explorer "Files on Demand" service, which allows online files to be visible in Windows Explorer. They can exist as permanently local as well as online, temporarily local as well as online or only online. The other PC does not have FOD. I have found that Retrospect will no longer back up my Onedrive folders on the PC with FOD invoked. During the backup dialogue in the Preview Pane, the Onedrive folders remain unselected (by a tick/flag) and I am not able select it manually. I am still able to back up my Onedrive folders on the other PC which does not have the Fall Creator's Update. Is this the expected functionality for Retrospect? This is a real problem for me so I hope this problem can be resolved. Has anyone else experienced this? PC1: Windows 10 Ver 1703 Build 15063.726 PC2: Windows 10 Pro Version 1709 Build 16299.64 I use Retrospect Ver
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