Resetting OneDrive for Mac
OneDrive for Mac can sometimes get in a state where it’s no longer syncing correctly. Resetting it usually solves the issue, but isn’t always very straightforward. There is a script included in OneDrive’s app bundle (in OneDrive.app/Contents/Resources/ResetOneDriveStandalone.command) which you can simply double click, but sometimes manual action is required:
First, make sure OneDrive is closed entirely. The OneDrive cloud icon should not be visible in the menu bar.
Then, in System Settings, go to Privacy & Security -> Extensions -> Finder Extensions and disable the OneDrive Finder Extensions for all locations.
Now, delete the synced OneDrive folders:
chmod -RN ~/Library/CloudStorage/OneDrive-* rm -rf ~/Library/CloudStorage/OneDrive-*
Also delete OneDrive’s cache folder:
rm -rf ~/Library/Group\ Containers/UBF8T346G9.OneDriveStandaloneSuite/
And delete its configuration:
rm -rf ~/Library/Containers/com.microsoft.OneDrive*
Then reenable the extensions that you disabled earlier, and restart OneDrive. It should now be reset entirely. Log in and set everything up again just like when you’re doing a fresh install.