In general, "My site" is a very poor term. Here are the terms that I typically use:
"My Site Host" site collection. This is typically a single site collection that can allow all users to see "About Me" and allow functions such as "People Search". This site collection can exist without a single "Personal site" and without "One Drive For business libraries". ...
OneDrive is different with MySites. Unless you were referring to OneDrive for business which is the same with MySites
OneDrive for Business uses a platform called SharePoint to give each member of your team a place to store and work on documents with others. Because it uses SharePoint it also provides more administration option for working with documents. ...
Using SharePoint Online, you can achieve this very easily. SharePoint online and One Drive provides you Copy To functionality in your library.
Using this you can easily copy paste your documents from One Drive to SharePoint site you have permission to.
You can use this link for further reference : Copy files and folders between OneDrive and SharePoint ...
1) You can use a bit of CSS on master pages.
/* Hiding OneDrive */
Taken from https://thomasdaly.net/2017/02/24/branding-hide-newsfeed-onedrive-andor-sites-from-the-waffle-for-sharepoint-2016/.
2) I believe you can navigate to the site /_layouts/15/srchvis.aspx and disable offline ...
If this is SharePoint Online, you must grant a secondary account with Site Collection Owner access to each ODfB site. If this is SharePoint on-prem, it is easier as you can grant an account Full Read (or Full Control) on the Web Application User Policy instead.
You have few options:
If there are limited numbers of users you can map a SharePoint library as a network drive. More information here and here.
Create a login script to automatically map your OneDrive for Business upon login, script here.
You can also consider a 3rd party tool. My company uses Cloud Drive Mapper to map all the OneDrives as a network ...
Have you tried connecting to SharePoint online using "SharePoint Online Administrator" Account? You can then use your scripts to create folder, upload file etc. Obviously, it is a big risk.
You may configure to make one service account as secondary administrator to mysites and use this account to access "OneDrive".
There is problem when some use working with document inside folder 'Documentation' and somebody wants to rename this folder... It'S correct that he is not enable to rename it, cause the user which working with the document should have problems with saving this document and sync it to Online environment.
If you want to rename files and folders, I recommend ...
OneDrive NGSC does not support SAML. You need to use Windows Authentication (NTLM or Kerberos but the NGSC does not support Kerberos on macOS).
Since you have ADFS, instead of using SAML, use a non-claims relying party on ADFS for SharePoint. This will allow you to use Windows authentication (Kerberos Constrained Delegation) instead.
When a user is deleted, ownership of the OneDrive is transferred to that user's manager, or secondary admin (if no manager specified). In addition, a Microsoft 365 Administrator will be able to view any of these files. These people will have 30 days (by default) to retrieve files from the deleted user's OneDrive.
If you are one of these people, then you ...
I was running into the same issues and it turned out I was referencing the wrong DLLs. I was also having issues with CreatePersonalSiteEnqueueBulk not being recognized.
I was referencing the 15 version not the 16 version and also the 16 version I had was out of date. Be sure you are referencing the proper DLL and have the most up to date version. I'm now ...
Microsoft Office automatically saves versions of your SharePoint, OneDrive, and OneDrive for Business files while you’re working on them.
You can sync your SharePoint files to a folder on your computer where you can work directly in File Explorer using OneDrive sync client.
When you open the file in the local computer, you can also view historical ...
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The functionality of synchronizing lists is not available in ODfB. SharePoint Workspace is a legacy product with no support for modern versions of SharePoint; only Doc Libs can be synchronized by ODfB. Everything you're seeing is by design.
is there a modern experience in SharePoint 2016?
Yes, starting with the "November 2016 public update for SharePoint Server 2016 (Feature Pack 1)".
There is a sample PowerShell script in that article to switch between the default ...
It is not supported to alter the look nor feel of modern OneDrive sites, which is what you should be using in 2016+.
This applies to only the classic OneDrive for Business experience in SharePoint Online. If you are using the new default experience, ...
I found the solution by my self. When you activate the feature "Publishing-Infrastructure SharePoint Server" it will automatically also enable the feature "Limited-access user permission lockdown mode". You need to disable the feature "Limited-access user permission lockdown mode" and it works again.
A few options/possibilities to consider here:
If you've made this change within the past 24 hours, it may still be pending to propagate to the site collection level in your SPO environment (similar to other changes made in the admin console).
Check the sharing settings at the site collection level in which you're working. I would recommend doing this in two ...
Hi what I noticed is that if I open up the personal OneDrive Pill all the portals show up online under a company tab on the left. When I then hit the sync option from here the Documents can be synced directly from there to my home folderr on OSX.
If however, I open up the Sharepoint Pill and work directly with the portal sites the sync button there tries to ...
The first is SharePoint REST API, the second is OneDrive. I am actually not sure if there is a bridge across these two systems.
I haven't seen any drive id or item id in that format in the SharePoint REST returns, I'd suspect they purposefully branched into the v2.0 path to keep these two systems from mixing.
Please don't get demoralized by my post, as I ...
You don't need to do all that work anymore. In a recent update to the SharePoint Online Management Shell, there is a commandlet to do this for you with much less effort.
It is Request-SPOPersonalSite. You can enqueue up to 200 OneDrive for Business sites at a time.
$emails = "email@example.com,firstname.lastname@example.org"
Request-SPOPersonalSite -UserEmails $emails
Please take a look at the following question I recently asked on MS site: OneDrive for Business log files.
Looks like despite of *.etl extension this files are packed with specific archiver which can be opened by MS staff only (but I haven't done deeper research)