Creating an App Automatically for OneDrive for Business
You can create an app automatically for Microsoft OneDrive for Business by configuring OneDrive connection settings using the global administrator account.
- From the navigation pane, go to Solutions > Office 365.
The Office 365 apps page appears.
- Click Add, and then select OneDrive for Business.
The OneDrive for Business page appears.
- In the Name box, type a name for the app.
- In the Infrastructure settings section, enter the following information:
- From the Server plan list, select a server plan.
- From the Access node list, select the physical client computer where the Cloud Apps software is installed.
- Optional: To enable autodiscovery of user accounts on the app, select the Enable auto discovery check box.
Select either one of the following methods to auto discover the user accounts.
- To discover the user accounts that match the filters and wildcard expressions that you provide while automatically discovering user accounts, select Match user name by regular expressions.
- To discover the user accounts that are part of a sub-organization created on Microsoft OneDrive for Business, select Azure Group Affinity.
You can also enable autodiscovery on the app later. For more information, see Enabling Autodiscovery of User Accounts.
- To configure connection settings using the global administrator account, in the OneDrive connection settings section, enter the following information:
- From the Region list, select the Azure sovereign cloud region.
- Enter the Microsoft global administrator account user name and password.
- Click Create Azure AD app.
- Click Save.
In the Command Center, you can see the following items:
- On the Office 365 apps page, you can see the new app.
- Click the app to see the default subclient that was automatically created. You can use the default subclient to manually discover your Microsoft OneDrive for Business user accounts.
Last modified: 1/20/2020 3:55:14 AM