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OneDrive - Sign in check

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Occasional Contributor

We are pushing out a GPO to automatically sign in the end user to their onedrive desktop app, is there any remotely way of verifying that the end user was successfully logon to their onedrive desktop app running on Windows 10?

 

Thanks in advance

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Best Response confirmed by Eric Sabo (Occasional Contributor)
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You can check the event logs I guess? Or the Unified audit log on O365 side for any "sync" events associated with said user.

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I did see thru the audit logs I can see the data but it will take some filtering on the downloaded data. I just wonder if there was a powershell command to do it more quickly and narrow down to the end user set that would be migrated. Thanks for the feedback