Dec 15 2016 01:06 PM
Dec 15 2016 01:06 PM
Over the past year, OneDrive has evolved at a rapid pace introducing new features for end users and IT, across sync, web, and mobile. As the number of users and usage continues to grow, our customers have asked for an easier way to administer their company OneDrive settings and policies. Today, we’re excited to announce the rollout of the OneDrive admin center preview to First Release customers and we want to hear your feedback.
Once deployed to your tenant, all tenant and SharePoint admins will have permissions to access the OneDrive admin center preview at https://admin.onedrive.com.
Key features by section include:
Please have a look at the preview and provide us your feedback and comments below. Our plan is to begin the generally available rollout later next month and subsequently add a link from the Office 365 admin center.
Director, OneDrive Product Marketing
Dec 15 2016 01:25 PM
Dec 15 2016 01:54 PM
Dec 15 2016 02:05 PM
Dec 15 2016 02:19 PM
Thanks Juan. It may take a day or so. If it's doesn't pop up by Sunday, let me know.
Dec 15 2016 02:21 PM
Agreed. We will soon but we wanted to make sure we got this to you folks as quickly as possible first :)
Dec 15 2016 02:52 PM
When I go in to limit which domains can sync it asks "Enter each domain as a GUID on a new line."
Where am I to find my domain's GUID?
Dec 15 2016 03:04 PMSolution
Dec 15 2016 03:14 PM
Tried using Administrative Windows Azure Active Directory Module for Windows Powershell. Connected to MSOL and the command Get-AdForest is not recognized.
Dec 15 2016 03:18 PM
Dec 15 2016 04:36 PM
Looks great, thank you. Is there an upper limit on the document retention period in days under the Storage section?
Also, if a SPO site collection has already been created with external sharing DISABLED in the SPO Admin Center, is that originsl setting honored, or does the default under the new Sharing section for SharePoint sites override the previous value for external sharing?
Dec 15 2016 07:48 PM
Dec 15 2016 11:21 PM
Few things that are missing IMO:
1) Controls for company-shared links (or simply rename the "sharing" section to "External sharing")
2) Didnt see the RequireAcceptingAccountMatchInvitedAccount exposed, or the BCC for sharing options. Same goes for all other missing settings we have compared to Set-SPOTenant
3) Ability to set default type of sharing to read-only link (or Edit for those that prefer it)
4) More control (custom entry) for the link expiration setttings
5) IP range restrictions should be visible under Sharing as well, or at least make sure that people understand they dont only apply to mobile devices.
Dec 16 2016 12:06 AM
Here are eleven OneDrive settings are not yet available in the OneDrive Admin Center (use the SharePoint Admin Center to manage these OneDrive settings)
•External users must accept sharing invites using the same account that the invites were sent to
•custom link expiration dates
•Configuring the OneDrive experience (New or Classic)
•Controlling whether all users or only specific users will get OneDrive sites created when a SharePoint license is assigned
•Notifications (external sharing, or mobile push)
•Show/Hide OneDrive Button
•Script Setting that controls whether or not the ‘Copy to SharePoint’ button will appear in OneDrive
•Ability to enable/disable IRM for OneDrive Globally
•Ability to enable/disable IRM for individual OneDrive Sites
•My Site Cleanup Access Delegation
•My Site Cleanup Secondary Owner
•My Site Secondary Admin
•The following OneDrive settings are still only available in PowerShell and have not yet been surfaced in the SharePoint or OneDrive web admin interfaces:
•Get-SPOTenant | ft ProvisionSharedWithEveryoneFolder
•Get-SPOTenant | ft ShowEveryoneExceptExternalUsersClaim
•Get-SPOTenant | ft ShowEveryoneClaim
•Get-SPOTenant | ft ShowAllUsersClaim
•Get-SPOTenantSyncClientRestriction | ft OptOutOfGrooveBlock
•Get-SPOTenantSyncClientRestriction | ft OptOutOfGrooveSoftBlock
Dec 16 2016 12:46 AM