As per the below posts, Microsoft re-launched SkyDrive and re-architected their site including the authentication access and implementation. This broke our SkyDrive connector and we have been working to re-implement it.
This work is now done, and if you were a new customer trying to connect you will now be able to. If you are an existing customer and want to be able to access your existing SkyDrive files from SMEStorage you will need to re-sync your files as the meta-link to access the files has now changed.
You can do this from:
The web: Log into your Account, click on My DashBoard, Choose ‘settings’ link next to skydrive provider and choose to re-sync.
From iOS: Log in, click on Cloud Providers, Click on the Sync icon to the right of SkyDrive
From Android: Log in, click on Cloud Providers, Click on SkyDrive, and from the Meny choose to ‘resync now’
From BlackBerry: Log in, click on Cloud Providers, Click SkyDrive, and from the Meny choose to ‘resync now’
From Windows: Log into the DashBoard, click on Cloud Providers, Click SkyDrive, and from the options choose to resync
From Mac: Choose to resync clouds from the SMEStorage toolbar
Live Mesh 2011:
- We previously supported read only access to Live Mesh 2011. The first iteration of the connector does not have support for Live Mesh, but this is expected to be added by Wednesday 29th June. We will post here when this is enabled.
Update: Live Mesh 2011 support has not been added. Any Live Mesh files will be available within a folder called Live Mesh 2011 with your SkyDrive files folder structure.
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