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OneDrive | Where are my program files stored?


Where are my OneDrive ADML and ADMX files saved?

In the past, the Next Generation Sync Client has always saved its installation in the following directory:

C:\Users\[User]\Appdata\local\Microsoft\OneDrive

There we not only find the respective program files, but also all country-specific DLLs, the setup, the configuration and the log files. But also the important files for group guidelines, i.e. ADML and ADMX files.

These files are still there if you …

  • have not performed a computer-based installation
  • installed the Vault available for OneDrive Personnel

The computer based installation

should always be carried out when several people share a computer. Then a single installation is carried out for the device in the program directory: C:\Program Files x86]\Microsoft OneDrive. The configuration for each user can be found in the old place (C:\Users\[User]\Appdata\local\Microsoft\OneDrive).

If you do not carry out this configuration, when updating the synchronization client OneDrive.exe, approx. 138 MB is downloaded from the Internet, mind you, for every user!!

For more information, see the Microsoft documentation.

 


Vault installation

When installing the vault (for OneDrive Personal), an existing installation is moved during the installation of the Vault. The background is, among other things, the Bitlocker encryption of the safe on the hard disk. Even if there is no Bitlocker installed or not provided by the operating system (Windows 10 Home).

Then where do we find something:

C:\Program Files x86]\Microsoft OneDrive
  • programs
  • language dependent DLL’s
  • Pictures and Icons
  • ADML + ADMX files

C:\Users\[User]\Appdata\local\Microsoft\OneDrive
  • log files
  • Settings
  • Setup
  • Update-configuration

 

Vault and configuration information

OneDrive | Programm-Dateien an anderer Stelle


Wor sind meine OneDrive ADML und ADMX Dateien gespeichert

Der Next Generation Sync Client hat in der Vergangenheit seine Installation immer in folgendes Verzeichnis gespeichert:

C:\Benutzer\[Benutzer]\Appdata\local\Microsoft\OneDrive

Dort finden wir aber nicht nur die jeweiligen Programmdateien, sondern auch alle länderspezifischen DLLs, das Setup, die Konfiguration und die log-Dateien. Aber auch die so wichtigen Dateien für Gruppenrichtlinien, also ADML und ADMX Dateien.

Diese Dateien sind immer noch dort zu finden, wenn Sie …

  • nicht eine Computer basierende Installation durchgeführt haben
  • den für OneDrive Personal zur Verfügung stehenden Tresor installiert haben

Die Computer basierende Installation

sollte immer durchgeführt werden, wenn sich mehrere Personen einen Computer teilen. Dann wird nämlich für das Gerät eine einzige Installation in das Programm-Verzeichnis durchgeführt: C:\Program Files x86]\Microsoft OneDrive. Die Konfiguration für jeden Benutzer sind an alter Stelle (C:\Benutzer\[Benutzer]\Appdata\local\Microsoft\OneDrive) zu finden.

Wenn Sie diese Konfiguration nicht durchführen, wird bei einem Update des Synchronisations-Client OneDrive.exe ca. 138 MB aus dem Internet heruntergeladen, Wohlgemerkt, für jedem Benutzer!!

weitere Informationen finden Sie bei der Dokumentatioin von Microsoft.

 


Tresor Installation

    Bei der Installation des Tresors (für OneDrive Personal), wird während der Installation des Tresors eine bestehende Installation verschoben. Der Hintergrund ist unter anderem die Bitlocker-Verschlüsselung des Tresors auf der Festplatte. Auch wenn überhaput kein Bitlocker installiert ist oder vom Betreibssystem nicht vorgesehen ist (Windows 10 Home).
    Wo finden wir dann was:
    Programm-Installation OneDrive

    C:\Program Files x86]\Microsoft OneDrive
    • Programme
    • sprachabhängige DLL’s
    • Bilder und Icons
    • AMDL + ADMX Dateien

    Konfigurations-Einstellungen OneDrive

    C:\Benutzer\[Benutzer]\Appdata\local\Microsoft\OneDrive
    • Log-Dateien
    • Einstellungen
    • Setup
    • Update-Konfiguration

Informationen zum Tresor und zur Konfiguration

Register the Mr.OneDrive’s BOT Preview


Request for the BEAT of Mr.OneDrive's BOT, running in Teams

The link is published. Nothing really special. Or is it? Perhaps. We kicked off yesterday at the SharePoint Saturday in Bremen. From now on you can enter yourself in a list via forms and will soon receive electronic mail. There will then be a link with the call of the preview and the installation instructions from Mr.OneDrive’s BOT for Microsoft Teams. It is the PreView, because the final version of Mr.OneDrive’s BOT will then be available from the Microsoft Store. It is not quite done yet. The knowledge base about OneDrive, OneDrive for Business, synchronization and collaboration, i.e. the clones of Hans OneDrive Knowledge, grows every day. And the automatic implementation in the different languages ​​still has to be checked. Of people who speak languages ​​that I don’t speak.

If you want to know more, listen to the podcast by MVP Ragnar Heil, there it explains in 8 minutes a bit what the cloning of Hans is all about. Or look at the video from MVP Thomas Gölles and MVP Stephan Bisser.

Interested? Please Register here vor the Preview

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Der Link ist veröffentlicht. Eigentlich nichts Besonderes. Oder doch? Vielleicht schon. Wir haben gestern beim SharePoint Saturday in Bremen den Startschuss gegeben. Ab sofort kann man sich via Forms in eine Liste eintragen und wird demnächst dann elektronische Post erhalten. Dabei wird dann ein Link mit dem Abruf der Preview und der Installations-Anweisung von Mr.OneDrive’s BOT für Microsoft Teams enthalten sein. Es handelt sich um die PreView, denn die finale Version von Mr.OneDrive’s BOT wird dann über den Microsoft Store abrufbar sein. Noch ist es nicht ganz geschafft. Die Knowledge-Base über OneDrive, OneDrive for Business, Synchronisation und Collaboration, also der Klone von Hans Wissen wächst täglich. Und auch die automatische Umsetzung in die verschiedenen Sprachen muss noch überprüft werden. Von Menschen, die Sprachen beherrschen, die ich nicht beherrsche.

Wenn ihr mehr wissen wollt, hört Euch den Podcast vom MVP Ragnar Heil an, dort wird in 8 Minuten ein bisschen erklärt, was es mit dem Klonen von Hans auf sich hat. Oder ein Video Interview von umd mit MVP Thomas Gölles und MVP Stephan Bisser

Intersiert? Dann bitte hier registrieren

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SharePoint Saturday Bremen – Recap


SPS Bremen 2020

Daniel und sein Organisqationsteam hatte gerufen und viele sind dem Aufruf gefolgt. Teilehmer und Sprecher haben sich schon am Freitag in Bremen eingefunden um den vielen Vorträgen und Workshops zu folgen.

Für die geleistete Arbeit vor Ort ein rießiges Dankeschön. Denn wer noch nie eine solche Veranstaltung organisiert hat, weiss gar nicht, wie viel Arbeit dahintersteckt!

Am Samstag haben meine MVP Kollegen Thomas Gölles und Stefan Bisser erstmals ganz unspektakulär ein neues Projekt “Mr.OneDrive’s BOT” den Teilnehmern präsentiert. Hier könnt Ihr mehr erfahren und sehen. 4 Minuten Zeit ist das Video lang. Ragnar Heil auch gleich einen Podcast eingespielt und noch am Samstag veröffentlicht. Hört einfach mal rein, sind keine 10 Minuten Zeit, die Ihr investieren müsst.  Und wer an der Preview von Mr.OneDrive’s Bot teilnehmeen möchet, muss sich nur ein paar Fragen beantworten

Am frühen Nachmittag habe ich dann den Administratoren erzählt, warum und was es mit den Gruppenrichtlinien für OneDrive auf sich hat. Heir gibts das Slidedeck.

Danke an alle Teilnehmer … und bis zum nächsten Jahr

 

Daniel and his organizational team called and many followed the call. Participants and speakers came to Bremen on Friday to follow the many lectures and workshops.

A huge thank you for the work on site. Because if you have never organized such an event, you don’t even know how much work is involved!

On Saturday my MVP colleagues Thomas Gölles and Stefan Bisser presented a new project “Mr.OneDrive’s BOT” to the participants for the first time in a very unspectacular way. Here you can learn and see more. The video is 4 minutes long. Ragnar Heil also recorded a podcast and released it on Saturday. Just listen, there are not 10 minutes that you have to invest. And if you want to take part in the preview of Mr.OneDrive’s Bot, you only have to answer a few questions

In the early afternoon, I told the administrators why and what the OneDrive Group Policies are all about. Heir there is the sliding deck.

Thanks to all participants … and see you next year

The next step – my personal BOT

2. März 2020 1 Kommentar

Mr.OneDrive's BOT

A few decades have passed. I’ve worked with IT for the past 25 years. In the different areas. Of course I got involved when the Internet came into being. Not at the forefront. But I can still remember the days when HTML was announced. Where every page was created manually. Where there were no templates yet. So I also had my own website. At some point I changed over. On a blog. And I’ve been blogging since October 2010. Now in two languages. More and more about one topic: About the technology of cooperation. Groove, SkyDrive and now OneDrive. So over 950 articles were created. Individual sections that are not able to describe the possibilities and scenarios that differ from many companies. Of course, my blog will find the people who can use a search engine. If you know what they’re looking for. Because searching needs to be learned. At some point Microsoft gave me the nickname Mr.OneDrive. And now everyone knows me under this name around the planet.

But with the many small and large events and conferences, I only ever reach a small number of people. Even less, but more intensive are, of course, all-day OneDrive workshops on site. Not only can I see the question mark in the eyes of the participants here, I can also respond intensively and quickly. Individually. And it doesn’t matter whether the company has 20 or 100,000 employees. Yes, I can be bought.

I don’t need a website (anymore). Because the content is static, it has to be renewed again and again. The maintenance is (very) complex. And actually, the manufacturer should have documentation. And at OneDrive, Microsoft has now published an impressive number of articles at docs.microsoft.com. But how many people do not know exactly what you are looking for when it comes to the interaction of the individual technical components in the collaboration in all its facets. And even a blog cannot help because it only shows individual sections.

Unfortunately, my daily workshops also have a disadvantage because there are too many companies and I unfortunately only speak two languages. But the technology is with the cloud and AI (artificial intelligence) makes it possible to clone myself. Or to take it to the next level. At least as far as my knowledge of working with OneDrive is concerned. And not just in the two languages, but in more than 50 languages. Around the clock. for 24 hours. Because Mr.OneDrive’s bot doesn’t need sleep.

Everyone will be able to install the bot within Microsoft Teams from the Microsoft Store. And then I am ready and willingly provide information. Anytime. In (almost) every language.

Before you start looking, slowly. I still cannot connect the PC to my brain and transfer the thoughts. This will also take a while with bot development. From the idea in July 2019 in a small feedback session with two MVP colleagues, it took a long time before Thomy Gölles and Stephan Bisser confronted me with the first bot prototype at SharePoint Saturday in Munich at the end of November 2019. And I’ve been collecting questions since mid-December. Questions about OneDrive and OneDrive for Business. And write down the answers. Of course with pictures. And links. To my blog. Or to the original documentation from Microsoft. There are still a few stumbling blocks to be cleared out of the way. I’ll write about that too.

There is still a little time left. Until the first version of the bot is ready for testing. Stay tuned and fill out the this form to be one of the first to get the BOT for Microsoft Teams (PreView).

UserVoice: Save and Restore current OneDrive configuration

20. Februar 2020 Hinterlasse einen Kommentar

UserVoice: Save and Restore current OneDrive configuration

Your harddisc has crashed. After the replacement you have to install your OneDrive Pesronal and OneDrive for Business and all the diffrent connections manually. Same procedure, if you got a new device.

 

OneDrive for Business

And you know, there are a lot of settings:

  • Start OneDrive automatically when I sign in to windows
  • Automatically pause sync when this device is on a metered network
  • Display notifications when people share with me
  • Warn me before removing files from the cloud
  • Notify me when sync is auto-paused
  • Save space and download files as you use them

for each account/location: Choose folders settings

Manage Backup

  • Upload rate
  • Download rate
  • Use Office applications to sync Office files that I open
  • Sync conflicts
  • Insider version
    Yes, several settings may be controlled via group Policies, but not all .

    OneDrive Personal (Consumer)

  • Choose folders
  • Personal Vault Lock time
  • Photos and videos
  • Screenshots
  • Upload rate
  • Download rate
  • Use Office applications to sync Office files that I open
  • Sync conflicts

 

User Voice request:

Save and Restore the configuration to the cloud

client Save/restore  from cloud
OneDrive for Business ODFB Configuration  with device id
OneDrive Personal Onedrive Configuration: with Device ID

 

      This could save so much time, individuals or enterprise companies.

OneDrive Issues with Windows 10 Insider 19564.1005

15. Februar 2020 3 Kommentare

Windows 10, Build 19564.1005, OneDrive Bug

This is only for people, using Windows 10 in the Insider channel (19564.1005).OneDrive (Next generation Sync Client) does not work anymore. It starts, you find the app in Taskmanager, but then it consumes up to 35% CPU power, no Icon established in the notification area. You got no error message.

So for me it looks for an authentification error, and there is no workaround this time.
Microsoft has to be informed about this bug.

If You work (heavy) with OneDrive, you should not install  this Isider Build of Windows 10 or go back to the old version of Windows 10.

[Update 02/16/20]

So I got some information from friends around the globe. The only way is hard, and you need a Office Insiders version of your Sync client with the version 20.033.0213.0001. But if you have this version of OneDriveSetup.exe, you got an error, which says, you cannot install it, bevore you have deinstalled the old version. Means Deinstall the old version AND the configuration. And then you have to configure your stuff manually.


[Update 02/20/20]

Microsoft has shown reaction. in two diffrent ways. First, the OneDrive Product Group has published a new Version of the Next Generation sync Client: 20.028.0206.0003 and Second, the supposed culprit, The Windows Insider Version with the number 19564.1005 will be replaced with 19569.1000. And here OneDrive is running again.

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