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Why can't I sync a folder from another partition/drive on Windows?

My C drive is full and ubuntu one is taking a lot of space
Can I change the default location of Ubuntu One folder on windows from c drive to d drive


Try moving your ubuntu one folder to the D drive then run this command in cmd

mklink /D C:\path\to\where\ubuntuone\expects\folder D:\path\to\where\folder\really\is

That should make a symbolic link to the ubuntu one folder. As I side note, this is also how I move my steam games to separate partitions.

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