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If you're here because you want to change the mount point of the Box drive so it's not your C drive, the solution is not too hard to do yourself and it's working for me in Windows 10.
1. Exit Box Drive.
2. Open the Registry Editor (e.g. search "registry" from the start menu) and hit yes to let it modify your computer.
3. Navigate to Computer\HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\Box\Box
4. Create a New > String Value; name it CustomBoxLocation and set its value to a path on the different drive you want - e.g. D:\Box
5. Close the Registry Editor and start Box Drive
Thanks to Luke Johnson writing in the wrw.is blog linked in a comment below.
It's totally ridiculous that you can't change that, the Box Drive app install location, or the cache location easily. Amateur hour.