Microsoft OneDrive Corporate Implementation
Our Microsoft OneDrive Corporate Implementation tips have been tested in real-world business environments and can be used to achieve the objectives listed below.
At this point, we’re assuming OneDrive (Consumer) and OneDrive for Business are both configured on a business workstation. This produces two icons in Windows File Explorer. OneDrive (Consumer) will be listed as “OneDrive” and OneDrive for Business will be listed as “OneDrive – [company name]
[Note: If hard drive space is a concern, replace step #4, opting instead to delete the folder and then selectively sync your data using steps within this post. Before deleting any files, ensure that they have been successfully synced to the cloud or they have been backed up elsewhere. ]
At this point, the OneDrive for Business Next Gen Sync Client takes over the syncing duties of the older OneDrive for Business (Groove.exe) client. OneDrive for Business can be removed from the workstation or can continue to be used for syncing SharePoint sites.
2. Internet Explorer > Compatibility View settings > Uncheck Display Intranet sites in Compatibility View
3. Internet Explorer > Internet Options > Connections > LAN Settings > Uncheck Automatically detect settings