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Onedrive for business permission error

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Hi all,

I mapped a customers Onedrive for business account as a network location and all was good after sorting a few kinks.

Now the only time it works is when Onedrive for business is open in Internet Explorer and minimized in the background.

Otherwise when trying to access the network location it throws up the network path name with a permission error.

Any thoughts?
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This is pretty much by design. You need to periodically refresh the security token/cookie from O365. Make sure to use the "keep me signed in" checkbox as well. More info here:

http://support.microsoft.com/kb/2616712
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