Yesterday, while working with a customer, I was asked if there is a way to programmatically add OneDrive locations to an existing retention policy. Say, for example, you have a blanket retention policy that covers all of your tenant at a base level (which is what I typically recommend to ensure you at least have either belt or suspenders), but then you have a second set of users that need a longer policy.… [ Continue reading ]
While working through an issue with a customer today, we needed to add some OneDrive sites to a retention policy. No problem! Except for the part where no one has a list of OneDrive sites and the user interface doesn’t let you search or browse for them.… [ Continue reading ]
I was shocked to discover that I hadn’t updated the OneDrive for Business Admin Tool since January. Shocked that I hadn’t had any good ideas for it. Shocked, I tell you.
And then, a requirement presented itself for a tenant-to-tenant migration: how big are all of the OneDrive sites?… [ Continue reading ]
Over the past several months, I’ve slowly been adding features to the OneDrive for Business Admin Tool (you can read about the previous updates and features here, here, and here). Earlier this week, one of my peers asked if I knew of an easy way for a customer to search OneDrive for Business sites and delete all files of a certain type (say, video files).… [ Continue reading ]
Recently, I had a requirement come up to enable the bulk restore of content from a OneDrive for Business site in the event of a cryptoware or ransomware attack. OneDrive has versioning turned on, so I figured this would be an “easy” add. … [ Continue reading ]
Update: I’ve also added some new features, detailed in https://www.undocumented-features.com/2017/10/16/recovering-from-crypto-or-ransomware-attacks-with-the-onedrive-for-business-admin-tool/.
While updating a script I wrote to remove the “Shared with Everyone” folder in OneDrive for business, it dawned on me that there are a number of bulk management tasks for OneDrive that are not easy to do, that we don’t have specific guidance on, or only have little bits of information scattered around the interwebs.… [ Continue reading ]