Version 2.36 of OneDriveMapper has been released!
- Now supports automatically redirecting the My Documents folder to Onedrive For Business (Win7/Win2k8R2 only)
- Now automatically sets your Onedrive folder as the ‘home’ folder
- Better logic in redoing drive labels
Get the new version here
I am having a problem re-directing my documents folder. I set the redirectMyDocs to true but unfortunately I get an error: failure to load redirection libraries (path)will not be able to re-direct my documents. The running command stopped because the preference variable “ErrorActionPreference” or common parameter is set to stop: Exception calling “LoadFrom” with “1” argument(s): “Could not load file or assembly…”
One more question–the size of the mapped drive seems to be limited to the size of your C: drive. Is there a way around this?
We usually build workstations with small C: drives and if the mapped OneDrive takes the mapped capacity as the total size of the local C: drive–that means the amount of files that can be transferred would be limited.
I use your script to access both one drive for business and sharepoint libraries. The mapping worked fine for both one drive and sharepoint libraries. However, when I tried to access any file from the sharepoint library, I got the error ” Cannot connect to (my company sharepoint). Please make sure you are using the correct web address”.
I notice on the mapping target for sharepoint library, it does not have the ” DavWWWRoot” portion. The one drive has that in the mapping target, and it works fine.
I am unable to run this on Windows Server 2008R2 and higher. It just gives the following message: Scheduled a task to run OnedriveMapper unelevated because this script cannot run elevated.
When I look at the Task Scheduler, just gives a message of running with the following code (0x41301) without actually mapping the drive. It just keeps running.
Nothing actually gets mapped.
It runs perfectly on Windows 7 with no issues.
Any plans to retain the modified date/time of files uploaded using O365MIGRATOR utility. They currently get set with the date/time of the uploaded.
Like what I see which this utility. Great job.
I notice at times the cookie expires and the drive needs to be remapped. Are there any settings that need to be tweaked to keep a constant connection?