OneDrive for Business - Getting Started Resources


 

Josh Condie - Microsoft just published a nicely categorized and very useful list of resources for getting started with the new OneDrive for Business Next Generation Sync Client.  This list is focused on IT Pros and Admins.  The original posting can be found here.

 

This page highlights resources about OneDrive for Business Next Generation Sync Client. We’ve listed the most popular How-to articles and getting started guides for deploying and using the new client. Topics include an introduction to the OneDrive for Business Next Generation Sync Client, resources for IT Pro and Administrators to deploy the client on different platforms, and articles on how to use the client.  

Help and How-To

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Meet the OneDrive for Business Next Generation Sync Client
OneDrive for Business Next Generation Sync Client is now available for deployment. Our top priorities for this release have been improved reliability and performance as well as providing essential user capabilities such as selective sync, support for large files and removing the 20,000 file sync limit. This article provides an overview of the client, System Requirements, Setup Guidance and other useful information.
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Which OneDrive Sync Client am I using?
Your might have multiple sync clients on your computer, depending on which file sources you need to sync. This article helps you find out which Sync client you have.
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Get started with the OneDrive for Business Next Generation Sync Client in Windows
The new release of the OneDrive for Business Next Generation Sync Client has a number of valuable features for you and your organization. Read this article before deploying, to learn about the known issues and to determine whether this new client is currently appropriate for your organization.
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Get started with the OneDrive for Business Next Generation Sync Client on Mac OS X
The OneDrive for Business Next Generation Sync Client is supported on OS X version 10.9 and above. The new Sync Client has a number of valuable features for you and your organization. Read this article before deploying, to learn about the known issues and to determine whether this new client is currently appropriate for your organization.
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Deploying the OneDrive for Business Next Generation Sync Client in an Enterprise environment
This article helps IT administrators to understand how to configure and deploy the new OneDrive for Business sync client in an Enterprise environment. You will learn about the steps to use OneDriveSetup.exe and install OneDrive.exe on users’ computers, registry key values to control the account types and other useful information to help you deploy the client.
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Deploying the OneDrive Next Generation Sync Client on OS X and configuring work or school accounts
The OneDrive for Business Next Generation Sync Client is supported on OS X version 10.9 and above. This article helps IT administrators to understand how to configure and deploy the OneDrive Next Generation Sync Client on OS X and configure work or school accounts.
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Administrative settings for the OneDrive for Business Next Generation Sync Client
The OneDrive for Business Next Generation Sync Client (OneDrive.exe) provides a number of options in Group Policy that allow IT administrators to configure how it behaves when deployed to their users. If you plan to deploy the new sync client to users in an Enterprise environment, read this article to learn more about administrative options.
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Transition from the existing OneDrive for Business sync client
This article is for IT administrators whose users are running the existing OneDrive for Business sync client (groove.exe), and planning to move users over to the OneDrive for Business Next Generation Sync Client (OneDrive.exe)
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Restrictions and limitations when you sync OneDrive for Business libraries by using onedrive.exe
This article lists the restrictions and limitations that apply when you use OneDrive for Business (onedrive.exe) to sync SharePoint Online OneDrive for Business libraries to your computer.
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