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No, you should be able to share any file that is already uploaded regardless of size. The max file size you can upload is 2GB (see limitations and boundaries), but the file size can grow on the server above the 2GB limit. Some files, like OneNote, can get large due to versioning, but the actual file size of the current version can be small allowing the ...


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Cody, as you said that you use documents in the library when you are online. So, you don't need to sync the documents. As you are aware the sync feature makes a local copy of the document on the user's machine(file system), which you don't need. So, you are good to go. Since, you are not syncing the documents then the limit of 20,000 documents is not even ...


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Correct, if you only use documents online then there is no need to sync the library. And if you don't sync, then you can avoid the 20,000 item (files + folders) sync limit. In fact, you can have many hundreds of thousands of files + folders in your OneDrive for Business if you don't need to sync. The sync limit is confirmed here. Note that if you do need ...



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