I have installed the OneDrive Desktop App on my Windows 8 machine. During installation, it asks me where is my OneDrive folder and I can select a folder. After that, all the files in that folder I selected will be synced automatically to my OneDrive after I make changes to them.
I want to do this for an existing folder (actually a root directory of one of my drives E:\). So whatever files I put in there will be synced automatically on my OneDrive. The problem is, if I choose E:\ as my OneDrive folder, it will automatically append E:\OneDrive\ after it. Is there any way I can make the root directory as my OneDrive sync folder? I do not want to move everything I have under the OneDrive folder as it would mess up the directory settings on my other programs.
Hack-ish solutions are also accepted as long as any files I in my E:\ drive syncs. By this I mean changing values in my registry, setting environment variables, etc.
Any help would be appreciated.