Still, it is impossible to move the folder of drive iCloud on another drive?

I'm looking to free up disk space where the operating system is located. I have an external hard drive with alarge amount of free space that I prefer to use the location iCloud against my SSD drive that on the space due to data 'stored' in the iCloud is insufficient.

Data not synchronize if you try to move iCloud drive.

Storage space, there is a solution > iCloud: delete the pictures and videos to save storage

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