This is a bit awkward because I've already wasted tons of hours with no result, this is my last chance.
OneDrive sometimes (90%) is stuck on loading folders and files, but just listing them. Sometimes crashes "explorer.exe" when it's stuck.
You can see the "Cloud" icon appear very slowly.
Hardware (Dedicated VPS Hetzner)
- CPU: AMD Ryzen 9 5950X 16-Core
- RAM: 60 GB DDR4
- SSD: 500GB NVME
Virtualized with Hyper-V, but it's the only Virtual Machine on the host.
1000Mbps download 1000Mbps upload
Hetzner Datacenter Speed
Windows 10 Pro x64
Version 22H2 (19045.2546)
Installed with "OneDriveSetup.exe /allusers".
All users has "Files on demand activate" because in share point size is big.
Every user has his own OneDrive (with no use)
Every user has a Share point Sync (all files are there)
Number of concurrent users
18 approx, with RDP.
Users connect with RDP to the server, uses Word, Excel and Outlook. No more.
We tried to change Windows File Explorer > Settings > View > Launch folder windows in a separate process. Seems to be more "agile" but still super slow.
We forced Windows Indexing to be faster. Still no luck, all seems to work at the same speed and the problem still persist.
On OneDrive, we checked "Install Insider Version", and it restarts with the new version. Seems to work a bit better, but still having moments of "eternal waiting" listing files and folders
OneDrive Version: Compilation 23.045.0228.0001 (64 bits)