You can create an app manually for Microsoft OneDrive for Business by entering details of application ID, application key value and Azure directory ID in the OneDrive connection settings.
From the navigation pane, go to Protect > Applications > Office 365.
The Office 365 apps page appears.
Click Add Office 365 app, and then select OneDrive for Business (Classic).
The OneDrive for Business page appears.
In the Name box, type a name for the app.
From the Server plan list, select a server plan.
In the Infrastructure settings section, 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.
You can also enable autodiscovery on the app later. For more information, see Enabling Autodiscovery of User Accounts.
To configure the connection settings manually, click the Configure connection details manually link.
The Add connection details dialog box appears.
In the Application ID box, type the application ID.
In the Application key value box, type the key value.
In the Azure directory ID box, type the directory ID.
From the Region list, select the Azure sovereign cloud region.
For information about obtaining the application ID, the Azure directory ID, and the application key value, see Registering the OneDrive for Business Application.
You can later add more Azure apps using the application ID and the application key value. For more information, see Adding Azure Apps to OneDrive for Business Application.
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.