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OneDrive for Business update on storage plans and Next Generation Sync Client

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Editor’s note 12/17/2015:
The Next Generation Sync Client for Mac is now available in the Mac App Store. Additionally, the iOS app update that adds offline file support is now available too!

Today’s post was written by Jeff Teper, corporate vice president for OneDrive and SharePoint.

Today, I’d like to share an update on our OneDrive for Business storage plans, the availability of our Next Generation Sync Client and several other new capabilities we’re delivering in our December update.

Storage plans

Office 365 customers on our premium Enterprise, Government and Education plans will receive OneDrive for Business unlimited storage. Specifically, this includes unlimited storage for individuals in organizations with more than five people subscribing to one of the following plans:

  • Office 365 Enterprise E3, E4 and E5
  • Office 365 Government E3, E4 and E5
  • Office 365 Education
  • OneDrive for Business Plan 2 and SharePoint Online Plan 2

We will begin rolling out increased storage to these customers by the end of this month, starting with an automatic increase from 1 TB to 5 TB per user. We expect this rollout to complete by the end of March 2016. After this point, customers who want additional storage can request it as needed by contacting Microsoft support.

Customers on all other Office 365 Enterprise, Business and standalone plans that include OneDrive for Business will continue to receive 1 TB of storage per user. While customers on these plans will not receive the full unlimited benefit, we expect it will serve the vast majority of users. Today, most OneDrive for Business users consume significantly less than 1 TB.

Overall, we have taken too long to provide an update on our storage plans around OneDrive for Business. We also recognize we are disappointing customers who expected unlimited storage across every Office 365 plan, and I want to apologize for not meeting your expectations. We are committed to earning your business every day by delivering a great productivity and collaboration service and improving our communication approach.

Next Generation Sync Client for Windows and Mac

After a successful preview program, we are happy to report that the OneDrive for Business Next Generation Sync Client is now available for deployment. Our top priorities for this release were improved reliability and performance, as well as delivering core capabilities such as selective sync, support for large files up to 10 GB in size and removing the 20,000 file sync limit. For IT Professionals, we’ve provided the ability to silently deploy and configure the client on behalf of your end users. The OneDrive for Business Next Generation Sync Client is available for Windows 7, 8 and 10 (8.1 support will be added in the first quarter of 2016) and Mac OS X 10.9 and above. The Windows client is available today with the Mac client being available before the end of December 2015.

With this first release, the Next Generation Sync Client supports OneDrive for Business only, but we will add support for SharePoint document libraries in future releases. In the interim, if customers require sync for both OneDrive for Business and SharePoint document libraries, the Next Generation Sync Client is designed to work side-by-side with the existing sync client.

Additionally, we are actively working on other important features including Office integration to support the co-authoring of documents and sharing scenarios (planned for the second quarter of 2016), as well as a more seamless experience for users who are migrating from the existing sync client (planned for the first quarter of 2016). Go here to learn more and get started.

Mobile updates

In addition to updates on our desktop offerings, we have several improvements for our mobile apps. First, we recently released a new OneDrive app for Windows 10 Mobile. This app offers all the essential capabilities to view, edit, delete, share and upload files onto both your personal OneDrive and OneDrive for Business storage services.

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Users can easily manage their files and folders on their Windows 10 Mobile device.

A range of required actions such as view, edit, delete and share are available for the user.

We are also happy to announce the OneDrive for iOS app will support offline storage. You can selectively flag files for local availability and open them when disconnected. The updated app will be available before the end of December 2015. We first released offline storage on Android in September 2015 and will take this same capability to Windows 10 Mobile in the second quarter of 2016.

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You can select one or more files to take offline.

All offline files can be accessed through a single view.

Lastly, Office Lens for iOS now supports uploading your content directly into OneDrive for Business. Office Lens is essentially a mobile scanner that lets you to take pictures of printed documents, business cards, expense receipts and even whiteboards, with automated cropping, trimming and searching of those images. We will add OneDrive for Business support to Android and Windows 10 Mobile in the first quarter of 2016.

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Use the whiteboard capture feature to store all meeting notes in OneDrive for Business.

Access whiteboards, business cards and photos quickly and easily.

New capabilities for developers

We are also releasing exciting new value for developers. First, we created a new OneDrive for Business API that allows developers to programmatically access OneDrive for Business files. The API includes support for thumbnails, search, large file upload and sync changes. Developers can write directly to the OneDrive for Business API or access it via the Microsoft Graph. We also provided new tools and SDKs for Universal Windows, iOS and Android—including support for simple “file picker” integration that enables import and export of OneDrive for Business content. Finally, we released an updated preview of a JavaScript Picker SDK for web app file management. All developer tools and documentation can be found on the new OneDrive developer portal.

Thanks for using OneDrive for Business and we hope you enjoy these new capabilities. As always, we welcome your feedback on UserVoice.

—Jeff Teper

  1. What’s the status on the upgrading of space allocation to 1TB starting for Team Sites?

  2. Is the new sync client going to be automatically installed with click-to-run Office installs?

      • That is excellent news, now for the real question… When? We are just starting a project to convert to O365 and this is a key item as we transition from

      • Yes its a excellent news as we were struggling with MAC and Windows environment. So we got a solution and expecting soon for MAC client sync issue.

        Like Roger Truss waiting for the expected date.

  3. Where do I download the new sync client? Most of my clients use Business Essentials, with Office 2010. I cannot use the software link within Office 365, as it installs Skype 2016, which does not work with the old One Drive Sync Client.

    I got to get my clients off of this 20,000 limit !

  4. With the new client for Mac can I share SharePoint document ?

  5. So, where does one download this new sync client? You have managed to do an entire blog post about a software update without a download link.

  6. Can I synchronize the SharePoint document with the new client for Mac?

  7. So those of us on the preview will be automagically delivered? I have 2015-17.3.6281.1202 right now.

    And the replacement for the horrendous GROOVE client cannot come soon enough. I have issues EVERY SINGLE DAY with this client and at least once a month, get to do the fun exercise of deleting all of my data and redownloading it all from our Office 365 sites.

    • Hi Ed, yes, if you have the preview build installed it will automatically be updated to the production build.

      • Thanks Reuben. The preview client has been a very stable version, so looking forward to everyone in the office getting it via this rollout.

  8. Will O365 Business and Business Premium subscriptions get unlimited (aka 5TB) of storage?

  9. Are you able to give an indication of when support for SharePoint document libraries will be delivered?

    Glad to see someone within Microsoft publicly recognise this void. However “in future releases” isn’t very helpful right now.

    Q1 2016?

    • Hi David. Right now we don’t have a timeline to share. Sync’ing of SP doc libs is inherently more complex than ODB as we have the read-only sync experience to consider and other aspects of the SharePoint security model to ensure that people can only sync what they’re entitled to see.

      So, we’re carefully working through the design right now and we’ll have more info early in the new year.

      Apologies it’s not the answer you want to hear right now but we don’t want to set expectations we can’t meet. Thanks!

      • Thanks for putting this on the radar, does that also encompass the O365 Groups document libraries? This is a very important piece for us, most power users in our environment have more than OneDrive for Business synched and having 2 clients is only going to confuse things. Also selective sync will make the SharePoint / O365 Groups appeal even greater.

        • Bill, yes – O365 group libraries are part of the work we’ll do for SharePoint doc lib sync – we’ll come back with more specific timelines in Q1 2016. Thanks!

  10. I am confused whether this ‘next generation’ sync client will actually allow users to view and sync other users folders and files that have been shared? i.e. in ‘shared with me’?
    If not, then how is this any different and how is it next generation???

    • Hi Stuart, the next generation refers to the architecture we’re building the client on and a number of different ways it communicates with the back-end service. We now have the foundation to go after some of the other high-value scenarios like the one you describe. In fact we have the shared folder scenario in our consumer service and we’re committed to bringing this to OneDrive for Business – we’re also planning out SharePoint document library sync. We’ll have much more guidance on the roadmap for these features (and more) early in 2016 – stay tuned! Thanks!

      • Thanks for your reply Reuben.
        Unfortunately I am unable to see the benefits of OD4B for any business without the ability to view shared files and folders. This is surely fundamental and one of the reason we opted for Office365.
        I have nearly every user demanding that we go back to Dropbox because it is unworkable that they currently have to save all files locally and then upload/download to the web.
        With all the feedback on the web of users demanding this fundamental business feature I am extremely disappointed that it is not a function of the (so called) Next Generation sync client.
        It seems like it may be ‘next gen’ internally to Microsoft but not actually any of their paying customers…

        • Stuart. Sorry for the disappointing answer right now. We recognize this is a sought-after feature and we’ve already delivered this for the consumer service and will bring it to ODB as quickly as we can. We’ll be able to give specific timelines early next year. Thanks for your feedback, keep it coming!

        • I appreciate the progress that’s been made, but I must agree with Stuart that without support for synchronizing shared folders across teams, there isn’t tremendous business utility. I hope that this is #1 on the functionality list. The way it works on the consumer side seems ideal (i.e. option to merge a “shared with me” folder to your own sync set).

          I also found it disappointing that characters such as “#” or folders ending in “_files ” (i.e. every save-as-webpage ever) can’t synchronize. I’m sure many users won’t be savvy enough to rename these files sent to them and then they’ll wonder why they aren’t on OD.

          • I’m in the same boat as Stuart and Rob – my O365 clients have all been really unimpressed with ODfB and have all reverted to DropBox. I can just about nurse them through the instabilities and limitations (file sizes, numbers, illegal chars etc.) of the ODfB client, but the difficulties of sharing folders/files within the same business, let alone with external partners has been an absolute showstopper.
            As Rob says above, support for shared folders across teams, both internally & externally, has to be top priority.

  11. Great news! This is a tremendous improvement for IT and our user base.

    • Thanks for the feedback Jeff – we hope your users have a great experience with the new client.

  12. I am confused. One sentence say mac client coming 1st quarter 2016, the next sentence say is coming Dec 2105. Which one is it?

    • Hi Matt, sorry for the confusion. The Mac sync client is definitely coming before the end of 2015. Can you point out the sentences that were confusing as we want to make sure we don’t have conflicting statements. Thanks!

      • I downloaded a OneDrive update in the Mac App Store today. It was the right version number according to the next gen sync tool Mac docs. I made the change required using Terminal and have sync’d my OD4B files on my Mac, along with my OD Personal account. All good so far, two hours later.

          • Confusion??
            I have read before that Mac version will be at the end of December.
            Here Craig told that he download it from the Mac App Store…
            ???? Thanks

          • Great news, yesterday the Mac client got published to the App Store much faster than expected. Go get it and give us your feedback. Thanks!

        • Hi Craig, do you a link for changing this via the terminal as I would love to give it a go?

          All download links referring to MS sites are invalid – even though they are less than 5 days old in this comment!!!

  13. Is ADAL supported? I am getting prompted for UID and PWD on Windows 10 with Passport of Work enabled. I haven’t seen a prompt in weeks for any Office apps or the portal.

  14. I just tried migrating my first user from OneDrive for Business to the next gen sync. Some questions:

    1) I followed the instructions, renaming the old sync folder and making a new one, but after the new client downloaded all the files (about 40GB worth) it stalled out and says “Processing Changes” when hovering over the OneDrive icon. Clicking it gives no additional information. Closings and reopening the app, unsyncing and resyncing, and rebooting the computer all don’t fix the “Processing Changes” message. Any ideas?

    2) My current image for new computers has Windows 10 1511 build, and Office 2016 already installed. Does that include the new sync app, or do I still need to deploy the OneDrive.exe on each of them?

    3) Is there any way to uninstall the older OneDrive for Business Sync app without affecting the rest of the office installation? No one uses it to sync SharePoint sites, so I’d rather remove it after migration so that people aren’t confused by the multiple icons in the notification bar.

    4) After migration, is it safe to completely delete the C:\Users\ArmenCasarjian\AppData\Local\Microsoft\Office\16.0\OfficeFileCache directory?

    Thank you for all the help.

    • 3) You can create a custom install package of Office 2016 without the old groove.exe sync tool, I believe. Alternatively, turn off the Sync button for each SharePoint site or Document Library so they cannot be sync’d.

  15. Can a Office 365 E3 User get unlimited storage ?
    I have a Office 365 E3 Subscription which have only one subscription in the organization.

    • Hi, no, the requirement to move to unlimited (starting with 5 TB) is for 5 or more users of E3. Thanks.

  16. When will you add OneDrive for business support into Outlook for Ios?

    • Nicola, soon 🙂 We’ll be delivering this integration in Q1 2016. Thanks for the question.

  17. Will the Mac client also support syncing SharePoint document libraries (and if yes, any guesses on the timetable of these future releases yet) ?

    Windows Phone 8.1 Office Hub supports browsing SharePoint sites/document libraries, it’d be great to see that feature make a comeback in Windows 10 Mobile as well 🙂


  18. Thanks for the good news! Just few questions:
    – will the new Mac client also support syncing SharePoint document libraries (eventually..) ?
    – how about browsing SharePoint sites/libraries with Windows 10 Mobile (WP 8.1 supports it..) ?


    • Hi Sami,

      The answer to your first question is a resounding Yes! We’ll come back in early 2016 with the more specific timelines for you. I’ll check on the Windows 10 mobile question for you. Thanks!

  19. This is totally confusing. This is not replacing the OneDrive for Business Client that comes with Office 2016. It replaces the normal OneDrive client and adds the capability to sync with OneDrive for Business.

    When you do the manual installation it doesn’t show the option for adding a business account you have to take a .reg file from the deployment package? Why??? Why is this option hidden by default? Makes no sense at all.

    Also when you install this you will have a OneDrive and a OneDrive for Business client installed. But to sync the Business part you have to start the normal OneDrive client. Makes totally sense, right?

    This is a total mess!

    • Hi Oliver, sorry for any confusion here. Let me explain the path we’re on here.

      Firstly, this first release of the new sync client has been delivered to take on the task of sync’ing OneDrive for Business files for users. All our usage data shows us that the vast majority of sync requests from the existing sync client (groove.exe) were going against OneDrive for Business libraries. Now, we also know that there are some gaps that we have to fix for this scenario (including the migration away from groove.exe if the user is ONLY sync’ing OneDrive for Business files). That “takeover” scenario where the new client cleanly takes on sync’ing OneDrive for Business files and disconnects groove.exe will come in early 2016. So, we know that this first release will completely replace groove.exe for users of OneDrive for Business only and that takeover experience will be seamless early in 2016.

      Secondly, and this is the longer term plan, is that users who sync BOTH OneDrive for Business AND SharePoint document libraries will still need groove.exe for the sync’ing of those SharePoint libraries. We’re going to fix this for sure and we’ll unveil plans on this early in 2016. We recognize that for the “dual” user across SharePoint and OneDrive for Business this is a less than optimal scenario and we’re working to fix this as soon as possible but we knew that there was such a demand for OneDrive for Business to improve the sync reliability and performance and add selective sync that we didn’t want to hold this back until we had finished all sync scenarios across SharePoint and OneDrive for Business.

      Our plan is to consolidate on one sync client across all our file management solutions – this first release is just the start of a rolling set of investments on the sync client. Stay tuned for more details and thanks for the feedback and apologies for any confusion.

  20. Where is the support for UNC paths? This is an absolute requirement for us to be able to deploy ODFB to our users, either that or Microsoft needs to add support for DPM integration or include a free backup service with ODFB. Far too many times we’ve had entire accounts get wiped out only to have Microsoft say ‘sorry, we don’t do backups.’

    • +1 This makes us uneasy at times too, though I can’t say I’ve encountered it myself.

  21. Hello,

    in our installation we have several client PCs which unfortunately run on Windows 8.1 and they cannot be upgraded to Windows 10 within the next months due to other legacy software installed there. Therefore we are not able to use the new OneDrive for Business sync client on these clients right now.

    Using the old client (groove.exe) is not an option because it produces too much sync problems which our users do not tolerate.

    Therefore, we thought about an interim solution where we would install the new OneDrive for Business sync client on our Windows Server 2012 R2 and share the synced folder as a normal network share with the clients.
    However, in the Office 365 community forums I have been told that the new OneDrive for Business sync client cannot be installed on Windows Server 2012 R2.

    Is there already a preview of the new OneDrive for Business sync client for Windows 8.1 available?
    According to my experience with the old groove.exe and the preview of the new client for Windows 10 I would tend to use even a preview of the new upcoming client for Windows 8.1 for productive use instead of getting into the mess with the buggy groove.exe.

    Best regards, Hans-Georg

  22. Great, OneDrive for Business sync client that does “not” sync up SharePoint document libraries, which is what 90% of the users out there use it for, is exactly what I and everyone else needed.

    • Akhlaq, thanks for the feedback, sorry to hear that this release doesn’t currently meet your needs. Let me explain how we prioritized our investments.

      This first release of the new sync client has been delivered to take on the task of sync’ing OneDrive for Business files for users. All our usage data shows us that the vast majority of sync requests from the existing sync client (groove.exe) were going against OneDrive for Business libraries and not SharePoint doc libraries. We’ve been very focused on prioritizing investments that will benefit the majority of users.

      Having said that, there are large numbers of “dual” users who need to sync both and we’re absolutely addressing them in the roadmap. We’ll have clear guidance on that roadmap early in 2016. Thanks again for your feedback.

      • I think 90% is a bit high. I would say most have been waiting to fully migrate to O4B due to the client sync issues. I’m glad it was given priority.

  23. I’m very happy this new update has finally been released! thank you. I have two questions. Is there any plans to:
    1. Add the ability to share folders with a link and not require the user to a sign in? (Currently you can only a share a single file in this manner)
    2. Add the ability to set an expiration date when sharing a folder via a link? (Currently you can only a share a single file in this manner)

  24. There is currently a view called “Shared with me”. Is there any plans to create a view called “Shared with Others”? This view is really needed so that you can easily see all the things you have shared and potentially may want to disable sharing on after a time.

    • Yep, a big +1 from me too for this.

      It seems strange to me that there is a “Shared with me”, but not a “Shared with others”.

      It’s just as important, if not more important, to see what I have released to others than the other way around.

  25. Is there going to be a version for Windows RT 8.1?

  26. Hi – downloaded the new client but when I enter my university email address and it tries to take me to the login page it states – “there was a problem signing you in – please try after a few seconds”. I can see my university webpage come up in the window but it quickly vanishes and I get this error message with the wheel turning and I am back to square one. Any suggestions / advice appreciated!

    • Can you tell us if you are getting this error message on your personal OneDrive? Or are you using OneDrive for Business?

  27. I find it all rather disappointing.
    All my clients with an O365 Subscription needs to use Dropbox because ODfB is a disaster.

    1. There is a limitation in File / Path length. Something we don’t have with Dropbox. I can throw anything in Dropbox, never an issue.
    2. Special characters such as %, # etc. are still not supported. Dropbox does.
    3. I understand the 20,000 file limit has been removed but it was really stupid to have it in first place. Not a single client of us which hasn’t more than 20,000 files.
    4. Sharepoint storage limit is ridiculous.
    5. Sharing is unnecessarily overcomplicated. If in a corporate with 300 Users and 50 folders to be shared, you’ll have a lot of fun. Why, if I share a folder in my ODfB to a coworker it not simply appears in his drive ? Why he needs to go to the portal and sync each folder? Dropbox beats ODfB to the punch in this regards. And even so does GDrive.
    6. In organizations with Windows and Macs you can’t share anything to a Mac User unless they use the O365portal.
    7. This is a bit off topic, but it needs to be mentioned. Did you ever realize that e.g. Excel documents look different when you open them in Excel online compared to when you open them in Excel 2016?

    With such a team of engineers, it’s hard to understand why the development of ODfB takes so long for MS.
    Very disappointed.

    • Regarding #5:
      I don’t see why you would implement ODfB in such a manner. We consider ODfB for personal work stuff. And the sharing capabilities are for occasional informal sharing. For regular, lasting collaboration: we create teamsites with document libraries. And ODfB CLIENT is perfectly capable of syncing teamsite libraries. (At least the old version of the client and the future version of the new one).
      So in you’re case: I would host the files of your 50 folders in 50 libraries en give certain groups read/edit rights in the respective teamsites.

  28. When can we expect placeholders to return? Selective sync is counter productive. Since it was first raised on UserVoice, with no feedback since July 2015, I’m really surprised you did not make any mention of it.

    Please bring back placeholders !!

    • Yes, this is another most important point. Placeholders are most essential.

  29. Is there to be any change to the 20,000 document limit with OneDrive, particularly for O365 Business plans?

    • If you read the post, you’d see that the 20K item sync limit has been removed with the deployment of the new sync client!

  30. I f I read this correctly, the OneDrive for Business Sync Client for the Mac is now available?

    If that’s true, why does the office OneDrive site still say only the preview is available? “We’re in the process of delivering a new sync client for OneDrive for Business! Get started with the preview today.”

    Our company uses Office365 (E3 and E1 accounts), however, we are currently using Dropbox for file storage because it is fast, reliable, easy and ubiquitous. If OneDrive for Business can replicate all of that, I’d like to switch and save the cost since it is included with our E3 accounts. However, I have not found anything easy with SharePoint, so I have reservations about how well OneDrive for Business will function, and therefore have waited to test it and learn firsthand. I’ve been following the OneDrive site, waiting for it to be updated, but it still has not shown any final release. I was surprised to run across this site.

  31. Editor’s note 12/17/2015:
    The Next Generation Sync Client for Mac is now available in the Mac App Store.
    Sorry, that’s not Business edition, only private OneDrive.

  32. Top we can read:
    “Editor’s note 12/17/2015:
    The Next Generation Sync Client for Mac is now available in the Mac App Store.”

    Sorry, that’s not the Business edition, only private OneDrive. Right?

  33. Where can I find a working client for the Mac that supports back-end ADFS federation w/Azure Multifactor behind it? We have this setup and working for our O365 access (and every other product on the planet). Doesnt work with this client though.

  34. I actually cannot find the sync client in the mac app store. does it have a specific name ?

  35. Unfortunately there still is the 260 characters limit on the path+filename which still makes it useless for my OSX users. Unbelievable. I really wanted to move from Dropbox and GDrive but no way until this is fixed.

  36. Great News.

    Two questions.

    1. The Mac OfB still in preview mode ? What does this means ?

    2. We have restrictions for Domain Only PCs to synch files using OfB. How would this work on Macs ?

  37. hi,
    please could you provide an update on when sharepoint document sync will be supported. Its the most/only important area for our customers (and ourselves). Some kind of a rough timescale would be very much appreciated please.

  38. What about file name character limits? This is one of our largest issues.

    • YES! It also makes it nearly impossible to move from OneDrive Personal, which is important given the recent storage limit changes.

  39. I have a question for the community. How can the onedrive client work in a roaming user scenario such as a school where teachers and students log into a number of desktops/laptops during the course of a day? Surely your files are only accessible via a browser, syncing can’t even be contemplated?

      • Apples and oranges. Why would you need an offline sync in a roaming scenario, not that there is anything preventing that? What exactly do you think gDocs does by way of comparison? I love how people who will otherwise live in the browser, suddenly won’t when its a MS solution.

  40. Between the data loss and sync problems of previous version of OneDrive and the data loss across PowerPoint, word, and excel online when multiple users are trying edit documents (all reported to MS support on every occasion with not a single instance resolved or understood by MS). The current limitations of characters, missing or broken features OneDrive has failed to gain traction in our user base. After promises earlier in 2015 at Ignite we are left with a basic client that you have to jump through hoops to get going and a Mac client which requires just as much hassle. The OneDrive team where pivotal to broad adoption of office 365 in my case and they have failed. I like others are slowly watching Googledocs, Googledrive and Dropbox become the default tools within my user base because of this teams. There has been a complete failure to deliver anything comparable to the competition despite the promise, hype. As one IT professional to another, if you have not implemented office 365 in your environment and are thinking about it test, test and test, then look elsewhere.

    To the OneDrive technical team bravo for the effort to get this new client going (still some ways to go). To the OneDrive team leadership, I hope in 2016 Microsoft purges its ranks far more aggressively than it did in 2015, shame on you guys.

  41. In order to get unlimited, I have to have at least 5 subscribers using premium Enterprise licenses? I’m a business of one. I have an E5 with full PSTN functionality (about $60 a month for one user) and you’re telling me I’ll continue to only get 1TB for OD4B!?

  42. The sooner the new sync client has support for syncing SharePoint Online Document Libraries, the better. We have a number of customers who sync SharePoint Libraries, and the existing OneDrive Sync client is entirely unreliable for this.

  43. Hi
    Anyone who has a sccm deployment guide? I find it hard to get in fit in the application model deployment and make a detection method.


  44. I can’t seem to find the new Onedrive (for Business) client for Mac in de Mac App Store. Did I miss anything and aren’t we in January of 2016?

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