For a customer case/project, we wanted to move only recently synced/modified Sharepoint Online data from Tenant A to the user’s Desktop on the device itself.
The Desktop was synced to Onedrive for Business in Tenant B.
After copying, files from Tenant A should become read-only on the local device, and the link in Explorer to Tenant A’s sharepoint should be removed, including the actual onedrive sync relationship to prevent further ul/dl’s.
When auditing a Sharepoint environment, an important component is permissions;
I’ve heavily modified Salaudeen Rajack’s work to share a more fully featured and faster PowerShell auditing script that will dump all unique permissions (up to item level, recursively) for all sharepoint sites (including O365 group sites). For files, folders, sites, libraries, etc etc.
It retrieves membership of groups so the resulting CSV file contains all permissions, with exception of the “Everyone” group, which is listed as a group instead.
Version 4.04 OnedriveMapper now automatically reconnects drives (of any type) when the cookie expires. No more ‘broken’ mappings! The script is smart enough to detect if its just a connectivity issue (= do nothing) or an actual drive issue.
All improvements since 4.00:
Auto Remap (automatically reconnect disconnected drives)
Block the IE firstrun wizard properly
Bugfix: properly handle existing shortcuts instead of throwing an error
Increase Converged Drive (single mapping with sub-mappings) reliability