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I really wanted to trust it. A week or so ago I was working on a PowerShell script saved inside my SkyDrive Pro 'drive'. I returned today to work on it and it's gone. I have 2 different apps - the PowerShell ISE and SSMS both showing it in recent files - both unable 'to find' it. I have a couple other workstation - all at the same 8.1 level - all using the same 'Live' account and Office365.

Win8.1 - Office 365 - have been running the MSDN version of 8.1 since it's release -about a month- so the recent update is not coming into play.

Would very much like to see logs of Skydrive interactions - also like to see a utility to autobacks SD files in a non-delete fashion.

ADDENDUM: Some clarification on the SkyDrive folder in question. The missing file is from the Win8.1 native SkyDrive folder - not Office365's SkyDrive Pro. As far as I know there's no other interface on this folder - it's bound to a local path what would be the same on any workstation I use from my 'Microsoft' account. The lexical hoops we have to deal with is going to become a problem in this newly clouded world.

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Check your Skydrive recycle bin - on the Skydrive web page it's in the lower left corner. –  Brian Oct 20 '13 at 8:37
    
Not seeing that on my Office365 (sm biz prem) SkyDrive - the left panel shows 'Recent Files'; a toggle link to More or Few; at the very left lower corner is 'Use Office OnDemand'. –  justSteve Oct 20 '13 at 10:45
    
Note your screenshot shows both SkyDrive Pro and SkyDrive which are different things. –  Brian Oct 20 '13 at 13:54

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Can look in the SkyDrive recycle bin.

Not sure about the Office365 which provides SkyDrive Pro. The regular accessed through https://skydrive.live.com/ has the recycle bin in the lower left as shown below.

picture of bottom left of logged in SkyDrive webpage

Not very familiar with SkyDrive Pro which is actually a form of Sharepoint behind the scenes which by default blocks various file types. See: Types of files that cannot be added to a list or library Still for Sharepoint Online it doesn't block the various PowerShell script file types.

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