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    This would be extremely helpful for our small business environment. We work dynamically Box for all types of files - .pptx, .ai, .ps, .docx - and often run into issues where Box ties up large amounts of bandwidth. We've throttled from the firewall side, but it would be helpful to have that control on the Sync/Drive side.

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    We are not planning to implement controls around this in Box Sync. You may consider trying Box Drive to see if that improves the resource utilization issue. Since it only uses bandwidth for content users access, it may help to improve things here.

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