01-11-2019 05:04 AM
01-11-2019 05:07 AMSolution
03-01-2019 05:48 AM
How about now?
It says it was due to be released on February but it is now march..
If the release target date could not have been met then it should be updated to reflect the new one.
03-13-2019 05:11 AM
03-17-2019 01:07 PM
04-17-2019 01:46 AM - edited 04-17-2019 01:50 AM
I have been waiting for this to be rolled out since October 2018, they keep pushing the ETA back a month each an every month since.
This was added to the roadmap in May 2018, so its almost a year !!
This is holding up our adoption of Teams as well...
MS really dropping the ball on this critical feature..
05-15-2019 02:04 AM
Well it still says April, but we are in May right now.
Maybe they are waiting on the release of the new Windows 1903?
As the requirement will be the OneDrive version that come with it.
So i hope there will be some new info soon.
05-20-2019 03:02 AM
I can see that they just updated the release date (Edited May 17)
The new release data has been pushed to June
06-18-2019 03:44 PM
06-25-2019 04:15 AM
@Chandrasekaran Nageswaran My question is around the item in the roadmap.
It refers to the feature as an "Admin Tool". Is it an actual physical feature in one of the M365 Admin centers? Or is this just the feature that will be available via Intune/GPO?
07-12-2019 03:49 AM - edited 07-12-2019 03:52 AM
@ColachoMendoza Started working for me last week, and we on the Education/Non-profit E1/E3 subscription.
Onedrive client : 19.123.0624.0002
Windows Ver: 1809 build 17763.557
GPO - User configuration > Polices > Administrative Templates > Onedrive
Use OneDrive Files On-Demand - ENABLED
Convert synced team site files to online-only files - ENABLED
Configure team site libraries to sync automatically - ENABLED
Value Name = TEST
XXXXX the obvious info.
It takes 8 hours for it to appear in your File explorer, if you stop syncing via the desktop client it will take a restart and another 8 hours for it to reappear.. however it will add a (1) at the end as it does not sync back to the original folder.
07-12-2019 01:17 PM
07-15-2019 10:29 AM
Thanks for the update. I can also see this feature is working with the insiders build. However, as per documentation, the "Stop Sync" option should be disabled for this automatic sync, but in my case i can able to stop sync this library eventhough it is pushed thru GPO.
How is yours? Is it disabled or you can use stop sync option?
07-18-2019 06:42 PM
Does anyone have this successfully running yet? We've been waiting for this since last year, and now that it is GA, we find we still can't get it to work. My test setup is as follows:
I just can't get this to initialise, and we desperately need it for our SPO migration project. Additionally, there appears to be very little information about this, and I can't find any references to logs, scheduled tasks, registry keys, or other ways to see what is going on in the background.
07-19-2019 08:02 AM
@Murray Webber Same Issue there.
I am trying this out for last couple of days.
I have successfully get this initialised in File Explorer but now as I have made few changes its gone.
I hope not but I believe the GPO will have to be set to Computer Settings not User and would have to apply by Computer (host name). I will be able to confirm bit more over the weekend as I want to figure out what exactly is going on there.
Lacking a documentation there or a good blog.
07-26-2019 03:31 AM
@emartian still testing but have some hints for you.
So for testings I have set 1 test user via Computer GPO and one user via User GPO. Both worked so doesn't matter, choose whichever suits your business.
Next I have set 5 sites/libraties in those GPOs to sync and Only 1 synced. The reason for that is the permisions which I am really pleased Microsoft gone that way with it.
This basically mean you can set as many sites in the GPO but the only ones which users have permisions to will sync.
To add permisions go to WEB GUI to Sharepoint -> Libraries -> Site Settings -> People and Groups and add test profiles there for library to sync. This may take up to 24 hrs for that to sync and couple reboots of the PC to update GPO and refresh the OneDrive client. (I hope this will be updated soon so it wont take so long).
Let me know if you need anything else.
07-30-2019 02:31 PM
@emartianI doubt they have any info on this .. but most time it's in your GPOs I had some GPOs that were conflicting when I was trying to enable Silent Sign on and Silent KFM.
you may have to try it in a test environment or do a GPO inventory to ensure there's not one preventing the other GPOs to work.
just thought I'd share that..
07-31-2019 12:03 AM
Unfortunately I have to wish you good luck with support as they literally reading from the scope and PDFs to get your respond.
Regarding GPO choose one PC only to start with.
1. Remove current GPO you have created for OneDrive libraries sync.
2. Create separate new policy.
3. Ensure that in SECURITY FILTERING (SCOPE TAB) of this policy you only have user or PC you are testing this for or both for testing purposes.
4. Ensure that on Delegation Tab you have "Authenticated users" in READ only mode
5. Edit policy in Computer and User to add your Libraries where Value Name is any name you want this setting doesn't matter as it wont be applied anywhere it just so you know which library it is, VALUE field is for your sync key from Share Point.
6.Close GPO go to PC you want to sync. run gpupdate /force
7. Wait 24 hrs
8. You should be good (Subject to correctly copied key from SharePoint).
Let me know if you have any questions.
07-31-2019 05:43 AM
@pgawronskiyou might need to review other pre-requisites you may be missing.
I also had that permissions issue and had to grant permissions individually to users per Library. You may even have to stop inheriting permissions here's more about permissions that should help: https://support.office.com/en-us/article/customize-permissions-for-a-sharepoint-list-or-library-02d7...
07-31-2019 10:37 AM
@pgawronski Yes, those permissions changes are Live in fact. Once I tested the SharePoint Migration tool and there was a permissions change when I migrated a folder all my Sharepoint library became read only. I wonder if that's what's happening to you. I had to break the Inheritance and all went back to normal. (there were other changes at that time such as Custom Scripts <-- that takes 24hrs to enable)
08-01-2019 08:00 PM
Glad you've made some progress on this. I'm still having zero luck still. Moreover:
This is all pretty frustrating.
08-02-2019 01:30 PM
@Murray Webber are those devices Azure AD domain joined or On Prem AD Domain joined? I just found out certain features are meant to work only Azure Domain Joined (Only) I can't say this feature that you are testing is one of them but I am asking you to tell those Support guys to verify this for you since you may still have a case open with Support hopefully with the Escalations team (NT)
08-04-2019 07:54 PM
All the test devices, to date, are Hybrid-joined. To be more clear, they are AD-Joined and then have done their magic via the Automatic Device Registration Service. That being said, the examples of TeamSite Auto-Mount, as shown in the docs and Microsoft Mechanics videos, are definitely based on Group Policy and AD... so this should be working for us.
08-07-2019 02:43 AM
Same issue here. Been testing with hybrid devices and GPO and in the past few days I'm trying my luck with a Azure AD joined device/user. I notice the policies reach my register and I see the settings in my OneDrive. InTune successfully pushes Files-On-Demand, SilentAutoConfig, Silently move known folders, insiders sync-ring, etc... Everything works except the AutoMount feature. Running Win10-1903.
08-08-2019 02:06 PM
08-22-2019 03:28 AM - edited 08-22-2019 03:28 AM
@Christian Taveras have you got files on demand also applied under GPO as I believe this is a requirement for this functionality to work.
BY THE WAY: I have located an issue with permissions I was facing.
If anyone will face the sam, that you are changing permissions to the sites but those are locked with padlock in file explorer still, there is an option under each site options under:
Documents -> Settings -> Versioning settings -> Require documents to be checked out before they can be edited? -> SET TO NO
This is live change but you have to do this for every library you want to change permissions to.
08-23-2019 10:19 AM
I've been working with Microsoft and finally got this figured out today, and working consistently. Please see below for instructions to get this working:
Tenant ID (A):
Formatting the URL (B):
Putting it all together:
Now we need to take all of the information we gathered and create the final library ID.
Creating the GPO:
Now follow the steps in the the "Use Group Policy to control OneDrive sync client settings" document to create your group policy (Mine is based on User):
This will not work right away, no matter how much rebooting, closing/opening OneDrive, refreshing group policy you do. After some time passes, something will trigger the sync and the folder (should) will magically appear for you. For me; it took 2 hours from when the GPO was applied, to when it decided to sync itself.
OS: Windows 10, 1903
Hope that helps!
08-23-2019 10:44 AM
I wonder that too! While working with Microsoft they sent me a URL to test with, and I noticed it was the ID that I described in the instructions. What is odd is that if you do the whole "Copy Library ID" it has a totally different tenantID. ¯\_(ツ)_/¯
08-24-2019 11:26 AM - edited 08-24-2019 11:26 AM
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