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Copying files to Onedrive for business

Posted on 2014-10-06
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Hi all,

Was wandering if there is any procedure other than going through a third party application that costs money to upload a large amount of files to Onedrive for Business.

Could one possibly use powershell to connect-msolservice then robocopy or use a simmilar command to copy directly to the end destination.

Or if you know of any free 3rd party apps that can get the job done that would be great.

Many Thanks

TechDivision
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Vasil Michev (MVP) earned 500 total points
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You can map a network drive and dump the files you need there.
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If you have a computer connected to the desired onedrive like a windows 8.1 one then you have local folder where you can copy to and the onedrive app will upload it.
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