If you’re using OneDrive for Business to store a large amount of company and / or personal files, you’re like me.
And you’ve probably been frustrated running into issues using the OneDrive for Business client. It really hates it when you have over 5000 items in your account. This is annoying, because Microsoft gives us unlimited storage space in our OneDrive for Business account. But if you go over 5000, you’ll see an error message if you go into the library settings and the trouble starts.
OneDrive for Business may stop syncing files, or start eating 100% CPU capacity and simply not responding to anything. Files may never upload, or may end up in a cache where you will have no idea where it is.
Are you considering deploying Intune? Then here are a few things you really need to know:
There is no universal enrollment experience accross devices or OS’es
When you direct your users to your Intune Portal, the portal attempts to detect the OS you’re running. If it detects Windows 7 or 8, it will display a prompt to enroll your device, the user has to download a client and wait for at least an hour, reboot for updates, etc etc. Quite a hassle, not every user will intuitively understand this process.