Map to Onedrive Office365

Hi All,

I want to map a network drive for all users to a document shared folder.

  • Users have there own corporate laptop so no GPO locally on site
  • Unable to install any application on their computers.
  • Want to provide ALL USER ACCESS from the shared area

I have been trying but get access denied through a shared folder in my ONEDRIVE.

Could someone point me to the instructions for this, so far I have trying to mount the drive to the folder using this with no joy.

Thanks in Advance

John DaviesAsked:
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Vasil Michev (MVP)Commented:
SPO/ODFB sites are not really designed to work via WebDAV, I would strongly agree that you use the OneDrive sync client instead. If you insist on using mapped drives, there's a free tool that can help you with the process:

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John DaviesAuthor Commented:
Sorry for the delay
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