There's copy to the local folder, then there's sync to the cloud. The sync to the cloud part hadn't happened yet. Check the Onedrive icon on your menu bar for status on the work iMac.
Not particularly helpful now that you can't get to that machine, but the files are still there.
On 3/26/20, 9:47 AM, "Technology Discussion at UVM on behalf of Tim Raymond" <[log in to unmask] on behalf of [log in to unmask]> wrote:
Yesterday at noon I copied much of the content in my iMac account
over to OneDrive in preparation for working from home. There's not much
stuff there, maybe a few hundred megabytes. The copy finished quickly.
I looked at OneDrive on the mac and everything was there. I shut that
Mac down when I left for the day at 4:30.
Today I look at the computers I have at home (one Mac, one Windows --
domain joined) and there are no files from the stuff I copied
yesterday. The directories are there, but no files. I looked at
OneDrive online and there are no files there either. Only directories.
Content that I had copied a couple of weeks ago is all there.
Am I doing something wrong here? Do I have a setting messed up? Am I
supposed to somehow sync OneDrive each time I change something?