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  • As I recall there are registry settings you can use to limit bandwidth by endpoint. Not ideal but it is more balanced.  However, prioritization is a better methodology overall.

    I have deprioritized the wan usage for Drive below other critical services.  By doing this, the service can use a lot of bandwidth unless something you set higher needs it.  As an example if nobody is using phones or video conferencing, Drive can use more bandwidth.  When someone answers a call and another user jumps on a video call, drive can use less.  It's about setting priorities rather than pure limits.

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  • Are all these users working under a LAN or (and) from other locations?

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  • To back up Google Drive on a Desktop or local machine, you can use the Aryson G Suite Backup ToolOpens a new window that takes backup of all email and data from the Google Workspace (G Suite) account on the local desktop.

    https://www.arysontechnologies.com/g-suite-backup/Opens a new window

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  • What workflow system are you using ??

    We have over 15,000 users.....just stop using excel if they need to share as all they need is browser ?? 

    Then why the need to sync ??

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  • adrian_ych wrote:

    What workflow system are you using ??

    We have over 15,000 users.....just stop using excel if they need to share as all they need is browser ?? 

    Then why the need to sync ??

    It's probably the same as a bunch of engineers working live out of Dropbox folders.  It's never a good practice.  Just something the users think is "way more efficient" because it's so easy to just share a link for the project duration.
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