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Windows Information Protection - OneDrive "this file can only be opened from a work location"-SOLVED

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Created WIP, added OneDrive desktop to protected apps

 

Added network Boundary

Type: Cloud Resources

domain.sharepoint.com

domain-my.sharepoint.com

domain-files.sharepoint.com

 

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When trying to open OneDrive docs from machine getting this error:

 

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Hi Jarvis,

Do you have /*AppCompat*/ in Cloud Boundary?

Do you see the file ownership when right click the file?

https://allthingscloud.blog/windows-information-protection-without-enrollment/

Moe
best response confirmed by jarvis2020 (Occasional Contributor)

@jarvis2020 @Moe_Kinani note that from my experience, there is no need to add "/*AppCompat*/" as long as you make sure that there are no spaces in: "domain.sharepoint.com|domain-my.sharepoint.com|domain-files.sharepoint.com".

 

Also, make sure “Office-365-ProPlus-1810-Allowed.xml” and "Office-365-ProPlus-1810-Exempt.xml" are added "Protected apps".

I did the first part but can you explain the part below? Where do I add a network boundary exactly?

Added network Boundary
Type: Cloud Resources
domain.sharepoint.com
domain-my.sharepoint.com
domain-files.sharepoint.com

Any help greatly appreciated.

@evlew127 

 

When creating the policy you can do so under advanced settings... or do you mean something else?

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I too am having the same error..... however, everything was working fine until about 2 weeks ago - another Windows 11 preview update.. then Onedrive for business broke... basically getting this work location error.....

 

noticed it only seems to apply to 'office' files - ie PDF opens and syncs okay... but not i can't use onedrive for business.... and company says no changes made at the back end to policies etc...

 

Any ideas.... is this a Windows 11/OneDrive for Business issue only?