One Drive GPO

Hi I want to incorporate a one drive GPO for end users one that will automatically setup transfer from any folder they use, documents etc

Does one drive have to be added to admx and adml settings location first in central store?

Is there a way to do this with 2008 GPP?
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RobertSystem AdminCommented:
I don't believe the template was included by default in 2008
you can check under Computer Configuration\Administrative Templates\Windows Components
It may show up as skydrive (used to be named that) instead of onedrive.
However most likely you will need to download the ADMX/ADML files

You may also be able to do the settings via registry entries in the GPO but I don't know the specific values to set the one drive settings that way.

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Indie101Author Commented:
Thanks Robert will check it out
Indie101Author Commented:
Hi Robert, how do i add one drive to 2008GPP?

Is it just a case of adding the ADML and ADMX files in the OneDrive installation directory, %localappdata%\Microsoft\OneDrive\BuildNumber\adm\.

(Where BuildNumber is the number displayed in sync client settings on the About tab.)
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