- Launch a new File Explorer window
- Navigate to C:\Users\<your name>\Google Drive\ (Note it won’t work if you do this on the Favorites or Desktop shortcut)
- Right click 'Google Drive' and choose Properties
- Security tab > Advanced > Click your username (mine showed <not inherited>) > Click 'Change Permissions' > Check the 'Include inheritable permissions - or with Windows 10 - 'Enable inheritance' on the bottom left corner. After pressing 'ok' go back to indexing options and add the Google Drive folder (again, not the shortcut, but from the Users folder)
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Modified on: Fri, Jan 15, 2016 at 12:13 PM
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