O365Datacleaner released

The first public version of the O365Datacleaner has been released.

This script can make any given path to a folder/fileshare fully compliant with Onedrive for Business or Sharepoint Online standards, without user interaction. Including path depth resolution and intelligent renaming or moving of files and folders.

A bulk version of this tool is available for free upon request and will also be posted later.

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Rkast
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Rkast

Hi mr lieben,
As replied in other post
Will you update o365datacleaner to support 400 characters as MS changed the max length?
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Rkast
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Rkast

Hi mr lieben,
Will you update o365datacleaner to support 400 characters as MS changed the max length?

Stove
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Stove

Great tool. I have been building a GUI wrapper over it for a global migration to OneDrive. Also, I have changed the report to CSV, though I still don’t like how it looks.

I would be great if this tool would only rename folders/files when the path exceeded 256 characters. I am going to try to add this though I think it is quite a large task.

Thanks for all your great work.

Mindaugas
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Mindaugas

Hi. Many thanks for your work.
Sorry for newbie question, but how do I run this script exactly?
I try “PS -noexit “C:\xyz\O365Datacleaner_v1.07.ps1” -path “C:\xyz\My folder” but nothing happens.
Thanks.

Mahesh Rathi
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Mahesh Rathi

I would like it, please. Thanks