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Discussion in 'macOS Catalina (10.15)' started by bradhs, Jun 3, 2019.
Has anyone had a chance to troubleshoot this and find a workaround?
It has to do with the dedicated system volume: https://forums.macrumors.com/threads/macos-catalina-has-a-dedicated-system-volume-now.2183922/
I booted up after install and had to re-login but working for me
It's asking me to log in every time I log in (loop). Are you sure your files are syncing? When I log in it looks like it, but then it signs me out because it "can't find the OneDrive folder", same thing on my friend's computer.
What Mac are you using?
Onedrive is asking me to login each and its in a loop. Does not work
Not working for me either, any suggestions or just wait until next beta or OneDrive update?
Mine does not work either. Fortunately I am prepared to go back to high sierra once the iOS 13 beta 1 is installed.
It's working on my 2015 MacBook but not the 2016 MacBook Pro... Strange
I think it's about the T1 and T2 chip.
I may have found a fix. Go to System Preferences, Security & Privacy, Privacy, Full Disk Access and add OneDrive then restart your computer and it should work. All my files are syncing now.
I tried that: did not work. What Mac do you have? Those with T1 and T2 seem to have the issue.
I have a 2015 MacBook where it worked with no issues I didn't have to change anything and then on my 2016 MacBook Pro it was not working and I changed the setting and it seems to be working with no issues now.
Do you have the OneDrive from the Mac App Store or OneDrive from Microsoft?
The latest release from Microsoft, from May 29th, not sure if that makes a difference, it wasn't working either until I changed the settings.
Does not work on my MacBook Air 2018 even after trying that fix.
I am using Office 365 version of OneDrive.
I also tried Mac App Store version of OneDrive, and the May 29th version right off Microsoft's site and none of these work for me.
I have a late 2012 iMac, so I don't have the T1 or T2 chips, and OneDrive isn't working for me either. It can't seem to find the OneDrive folder location. And I'm using the Office 365 version
It's now officially documented by Microsoft
Customers trying the beta macOS 10.15 may run into issues with OneDrive not syncing properly.
Although OneDrive only supports new installations on macOS 10.12 or newer, beta OS releases are not supported. You'll need to stick with macOS 10.14 to continue to use OneDrive reliably.
Let's hope they get it working by time the public beta comes out. It took Microsoft a very long time to integrate OneDrive properly into the Files app on iOS last time around, but it seems they are bit faster now at supporting Macs now.
I moved/copied a lot of my frequently used documents over to iCloud Drive now to get by but I like OneDrive because I also use Windows and iCloud Drive on that is bad.
I hope they fix it too. I restored Mojave from my backup because I depend on OneDrive for university and iCloud Drive is not a viable alternative. Hopefully it's actually something Apple broke by accident and they fix it next version haha
But also Catalina doesn't have major changes I can't live with for now
Hi, just got the Insiders-Ring Version 19.086.0502.0007 and it looks like it is working now. Someone Elsa can confirm?
You guys want to try the new Insider ring as per the post above me?
I just checked and with that latest build on the insider ring, One Drive did load and start to sync files. Thanks for sharing your information.
Nah. I just roll back to High Sierra instead.
How do we sign up and get that version on insider ring?
Edit.. it is in the autoupdated check box, but I think I messed mine by trying different versions and was removed from Office 365 update check, so I completely uninstalled all of Office 365 apps, OneDrive etc. and then re-installed. Seems to be working now.
I have had zero trouble with OneDrive on my Catalina MBP.