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Enable OneDrive file sync on shared workstations

So you want OneDrive to work for Shared multi-user devices?


By default devices configured with a shared multi-user device profile will not be able to launch or access OneDrive via the desktop application. To enable this we will need to create a CSP that enables OneDrive sync which is required for the application to launch, Followed by a secondary CSP that forces the device to use MDM policy over local group policy.

Creating the OneDrive Filesync OMA-URI.


Open Endpoint Manager portal and create a new Windows Configuration profile. Select “Template” and then “Custom”.

Fill in your profile’s details: Desktop View

Create a OMA-URI for our settings:

./Device/Vendor/MSFT/Policy/Config/System/DisableOneDriveFileSync (Integer = 0)

Desktop View

Continue through the profile configuration and assign to your device group.

Creating the MDMWins OMA-URI.


We care going to replicate the process from above creating a new configuration profile as “Template” and “Custom”.
Once named and description given, we will be creating the OMA-URI for this setting.

./Device/Vendor/MSFT/Policy/Config/ControlPolicyConflict/MDMWinsOverGP (Integer = 1)

Desktop View

Continue through the profile creation prompts and assign to your device group.
After a sync on the endpoints One Drive should now be launching properly on Shared Profile workstations.

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