You use the OneDrive Upload Task dialog to configure a Task which involves copying one or more files from a local computer to OneDrive. The following sections explain the function and configuration of each field in the dialog.
This field is generated by the application. It is the unique numeric identifier that the program uses to keep track of each Task. No configuration is necessary.
This field displays the type of Task that you are currently configuring.
Use this field to give a unique name to the Task that you are currently configuring. Make sure to name your Tasks in a way that will easily identify them in the Task list window.
Use this field to give a more detailed description of the Task that you are currently configuring.
Use this field to select the account that will be used by the application to make the connection to OneDrive. You can add a new account here if you do not have one already in the list that connects to the correct OneDrive.
Local Computer Source Folder
Use this field to set the folder from which the Task is going to copy the file(s). Click the Browse button to select a local or network folder. You may also type a valid folder path into the field directly. If you will be obtaining the files from a location on the network, make sure to use a UNC path (e.g. \\server_name\share_name) rather than a mapped drive letter (e.g. S:\share_name) because the NTS File Mover will not be able to access the folder by drive letter when the Job is run by the scheduler due to the constraints of the Windows operating system.
Delete Files From Local Computer Source Folder After Upload Is Complete
Check this OneDrive when you want a file in the Task to be deleted from the Local Computer Source Folder after it has been successfully copied into the OneDrive Destination Folder. This functionality makes the file transfer into a move rather than a copy.
Use this field to assign one or more files to the Task. You can right click on a Source File Name in this list to unassign the file from the list of files to be processed by the Task or to launch the Rename Destination File dialog where you can rename the file once it has been copied to the destination folder on OneDrive. For more information about the Rename Destination File dialog, please refer to the Rename Destination File section of this help file. Click the Browse button (or right click on a Source File Name) to launch the Assign File(s) To Task dialog where you can edit the list of assigned files. For more information about the Assign File(s) To Task dialog, please refer to the Assign Files To Task section of this help file.
File Date Range
Click this button to launch a dialog that allows you to limit the date range of files that will be included in the Task. For more information about this feature, please refer to the Task Files Date Range section of this help file.
OneDrive Destination Folder
Use this field to set the folder to which the Task is going to upload the file(s). Click the Browse button to select a folder on OneDrive.
Add Date Stamp
Click this button to launch a dialog that allows you to create a destination root folder that contains a date/time stamp. For more information about this feature, please refer to the Create Date/Time Stamped Destination Root Folder Name section of this help file.
Do Not Use Subfolder Paths When Copying Files
Check this OneDrive when you want the Task's files to be copied only into the root of the OneDrive Destination Folder even when the files originate from one or more subfolders under the Task's Local Computer Source Folder. If this OneDrive is unchecked, files will be copied from the subfolder in the original Local Computer Source Folder to an identical subfolder under the OneDrive Destination Folder.