Since the inception of the OneDriveMapper script, I’ve often been asked if there is a way to pre-provision Onedrive for Business storage for users.
When a user signs into Office 365 for the first time and clicks Onedrive, their Onedrive for Business storage will be allocated and initialized, before that, it is not possible to map their OneDrive storage, or sometimes more importantly: to migrate data to it.
As a good consultant or IT admin, you don’t want to force your users to do this before they can map their drive or before you migrate their data because you like to automate things, repetitive or manual process tend to be unreliable.
Doing this the smart way, is Continue reading Provisioning Onedrive for Business for all your users
Did you know Office 365 audits almost everything you and your users do? In fact, they even audit access by datacenter admins.
This is all logged to the so called Unified Auditlog. You can search this log from your browser in the Office 365 Activity Report, or, as some may prefer, using Powershell.
When you’re considering a move to Office 365, there are many things you need to take into account. Mail migration strategy, voice, DNS configuration, Sharepoint Online, and more and more: Onedrive for Business.
Now that OneDrive for Business allows unlimited cloud storage for your Office 365 users, there is no real reason left to leave their homedirectories on your expensive local storage. The choice is simple, but getting their data to Onedrive for Business is not.
You basically have three choices: Continue reading Migrating homedirectories to Office 365 Onedrive for Business, part 1
A few improvements have been made to O365Uploader:
- Detection of invalid Library name
- Logging of the original error thrown by Sharepoint Online on creation failures
- Removal of 2GB file size limit (warning: some tenants still have this limit!)
- Windows 10 support
New version here
Have you ever wondered what company data your users are sharing outside the company?
Here’s a quick Compliance Search keyword you can use to identify publicly shared documents in Onedrive for Business:
Use this as a keyword in a new Compliance Search in Office 365 to search through all Onedrive for Business and Sharepoint Online libraries.