One Drive Client For Mac

  1. Mac Os Onedrive For Business

OneDrive, or SkyDrive, is created by as an application on Mac that provides free online storage for the use, when you have this program installed on your computer, every thing you put in the folder (document, folder, pictures and etc) will be kept in sync between your computers and OneDrive.com, so that the user can add, delete, or modify the.

Mac Os Onedrive For Business

Onedrive app for mac
  1. Work with multiple OneDrive accounts in Finder. Connect OneDrive as local drive on Mac, manage online files without synchronization to computer. This OneDrive client for Mac allows not only managing your files but also encrypting them for free. An essential OneDrive app for macOS.
  2. The activity center is now available in the latest OneDrive sync client on Mac and PC giving you visibility to the most recent sync activity and status. Simply click on the OneDrive icon in your system tray (PC) or Finder (Mac) to see your file sync. Standalone Mac client. Ever since we added OneDrive for Business support to the latest sync.

The previous OneDrive for Business sync client lets users sync their OneDrive for Business library, or SharePoint or Office 365 team site libraries, to their local computer. Here you can find the Click-to-Run installers for all supported languages of the previous OneDrive for Business sync client (groove.exe).

Notes:

  • This article is not intended for the current version of OneDrive (onedrive.exe). This article only applies to the previous OneDrive (groove.exe). In most cases, we recommend that you use onedrive.exe rather than groove.exe. For more information about the current version, see Sync files with the OneDrive sync client in Windows.

  • To determine which OneDrive sync client you're using, see Which version of OneDrive am I using?

If you have any Office 2016 application installed, such as Skype for Business 2016, you must have the 2016 version of OneDrive for Business installed (see instructions below).

Notes:

  • Office 2019 uses the onedrive.exe version, which is bundled with the software.

  • If you run OneDrive for Business with Office 2010, we recommend that you remove the SharePoint Workspace component from Office 2010. If you have a business requirement to run both SharePoint Workspace and OneDrive for Business, upgrade Office 2010 to Service Pack 2 (SP2) before you install OneDrive for Business. This provides the best compatibility.

  • If you run OneDrive for Business on a Mac, see Sync files with the OneDrive sync client on Mac OS X.

  • For complete system requirements info, see System requirements for Office.

Installation instructions for Office 2016

For Office 2016, you will need to use a custom installation of Office 2016 to extract OneDrive for Business.

Let us fix this for you

To have us create a custom installation of Office 2016 to extract OneDrive for Business, click Download.

In the File Download dialog box, select Run or Open, and then follow the steps in the easy fix wizard.

Notes:

  • This wizard is in English only. However, the automatic fix also works for other language versions of Windows.

  • If you aren't on the computer that has the problem, save the Fix it solution to a flash drive or a CD, and then run it on the computer that has the problem.

Let me fix it myself

To use a custom installation of Office 2016 to extract OneDrive for Business, follow these steps:

  1. Download the Office 2016 Deployment Tool, and then save the file to your desktop.

  2. From your desktop, double-click OfficeDeploymentTool.exe, and then extract the files to your desktop. The following files will be displayed on your desktop:

    • Setup.exe

    • Configuration.xml

  3. Create a file named AddODB.txt as follows:

    1. Start Notepad, and then paste the following text into a new file:
      <Configuration>
      <Add SourcePath='http://officecdn.microsoft.com/pr/492350f6-3a01-4f97-b9c0-c7c6ddf67d60/' OfficeClientEdition='32' >
      <Product>
      <Language />
      <ExcludeApp />
      <ExcludeApp />
      <ExcludeApp />
      <ExcludeApp />
      <ExcludeApp />
      <ExcludeApp />
      <ExcludeApp />
      <ExcludeApp />
      </Product>
      </Add>
      <Display Level='None' AcceptEULA='TRUE' />
      </Configuration>

      Notes:

      • This file will install the 32-bit English-US version of OneDrive for Business. If you have to have the 64-bit version, change the text in the second line that reads OfficeClientEdition='32' to the following:
        OfficeClientEdition='64'

      • If you have to have a language other than English-US, change the Language text to the following:
        Language
        To find the appropriate value of the <ll-cc> placeholder to match your language, go to the following Microsoft website:
        Language identifiers

    2. Save the file to your desktop, and name it AddODB.

  4. Open a command prompt as an administrator as follows:

    1. Select Start.

    2. In the Start Search box, type cmd, and then press Ctrl+Shift+Enter.

    3. If the User Account Control dialog box appears, confirm that the action displayed is what you want, and then select Continue.

  5. At the command prompt, type the following commands, and press Enter after typing each one:
    cd /d %userprofile%desktop setup.exe /configure AddODB.txt

    Notes:

    • The installation occurs silently in the background and can take 20 minutes or more to complete, depending on the speed of your Internet connection. Don't close the Command Prompt window during the installation.

    • When the installation is completed, a new command line appears at the command prompt.

  6. Select Start. In the Start Search box, type OneDrive for Business, and then start OneDrive for Business.

    Note: After you set up OneDrive for Business, you may not see the sync icon overlays (that is, the green check marks or red crosses) on files and folders. You must restart your computer to enable the sync icon overlays to reappear.

  7. Close the command prompt. You can now safely delete the following files from your desktop:

    • OfficeDeploymentTool.exe

    • Setup.exe

    • Configuration.xml

    • AddODB.txt

Installation instructions for Office 2013

To install the OneDrive for Business sync client, follow the steps below.

Note: If you have Office Professional Plus 2013, Office 365 Enterprise E3, Office 365 Midsize Business, or Office 365 Small Business Premium, then you already have the OneDrive for Business sync client installed.

  1. Uninstall any earlier versions of OneDrive for Business.

  2. Select one of the installer links below to download the OneDrive for Business installer for your language and system edition. If you are already running a 32-bit or 64-bit edition of Office, you must select the same edition type for OneDrive for Business.

    Language version

    32-bit download link

    64-bit download link

    Arabic

    Bulgarian

    Chinese (Simplified)

    Chinese (Traditional)

    Croatian

    Czech

    Danish

    Dutch

    English

    Estonian

    Finnish

    French

    German

    Greek

    Hebrew

    Hindi

    Hungarian

    Indonesian

    Italian

    Japanese

    Kazakh

    Korean

    Latvian

    Lithuanian

    Malay (Malaysia)

    Norwegian (Bokmål)

    Polish

    Portuguese (Brazil)

    Portuguese (Portugal)

    Romanian

    Russian

    Serbian (Latin)

    Slovak

    Slovenian

    Spanish

    Swedish

    Thai

    Turkish

    Ukrainian

    Vietnamese

  3. Run the downloaded file to start the Setup program.

  4. Follow the instructions to complete the installation.

  5. If you are asked to provide a license key, enter 3V9N8-W93CC-FQPB8-Y9WVF-TVGJ3.

  6. Open your personal OneDrive for Business document library (or open any SharePoint 2013 or Office 365 website document library), then select Sync to sync the libraries.

Note: The OneDrive for Business sync client ships together with two components that are not selected for installation by default. We recommend that you do not change these default settings.

Uninstalling the OneDrive for Business sync client

To uninstall the OneDrive for Business sync client:

  1. Select Start, and then select Control Panel.

  2. Select Programs.

  3. Under Programs and Features, select Uninstall a program.

  4. In the list of currently installed programs, right-click OneDrive for Business, and then select Uninstall.

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Description

Keep your files protected and accessible on all your devices with Microsoft OneDrive. Easily share documents, photos, and other files with friends, family, and colleagues, and even collaborate in real-time in Office. OneDrive can help you quickly organize and find the things that matter most.
Anywhere-access
Easily store, access and discover your personal and shared work files in Office 365, including Microsoft Teams, directly in Finder. Edits you make offline are automatically uploaded when you next connect.
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Work faster and smarter with anyone inside or outside your organisation. Securely share files and work together in real time using Word, Excel and PowerPoint across web, mobile and desktop.
Controls for security
OneDrive helps protect your files. You can easily recover files from accidental deletes or malicious attacks and administrators can manage security policies to help keep your information safe.
Note: For you to sign into OneDrive for Business, your organisation needs to have a qualifying SharePoint Online or Office 365 business subscription plan.
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What’s New

OneDrive.
OneDrive [syncs files].
OneDrive syncs [the edits made to] files.
OneDrive syncs the edits made to files[, saving you time and bandwidth].
Along with performance improvements and bug fixes, the team is proud to announce that OneDrive now supports differential sync.
So whether you're going back to the drawing board and changing everything, or just tweaking a few pixels on an otherwise flawless image, OneDrive will sync your changes (and just your changes) to save you time, which is money, and therefore the only logical conclusion is OneDrive saves you money.
This feature is available for your personal OneDrive, and will be available for business OneDrive and SharePoint later this year.

520 Ratings

you need to know your limitations !

As per all Microsoft software - its written by Microsoft and as such they have no idea of the Mac Universe as an ongoing OS, They write like programmers they think like programmers and they dont employ any designers / artwork people or people who design interfaces , they don’t appear to test out their products very thougherly - The case in point is that it fails on repeated occasions, and it fails in 2 specific areas - No 1) it does not like large files - ie over 2 gb - it treats them with contempt and more often than not won’t back them up properly - this has been ongoing since version 1 (If there was a version 1) and the most frustrating is its funny over file names - its like going back to MSDOS of the 70’s ! - If for instance you have an ical calendar backup, if you right click on these on the mac and choose “show package Contents” it consisits of 100’s or 1000’s of assosciated files, and lots have odd names and full stops forward slash / in the names - it does not like these 1 little bit ! again this has been ongoing since early versions, and the only rels work round is to comprees the file before hand, these things are not an issue in Dropbox which works faultlessly - i understand that drop box want £70 a yera for their system , but it works 100% - Microsoft the Multi Million Pound company should be able to run rings around these other services - but they dont and i always wonder why ?

Unreliable and temperamental

If you have the choice of using the app - think carefully. This one isn’t great and there are others which appear to be bullet proof working reliably week in week out. Box and Dropbox for example. If you have to use this because someone else chose the app unlucky. It works some of the time but often there is no clear fix. The issue essentially is that every now and again it loses connectivity, stops updating and then can’t be relinked to the files that you have already downloaded. I have this problem on both of the Macs I have. You might ask why I still have it installed rather than just go to the OneDrive web app and the answer is that working some of the time seems to be marginally better than never working. It is close though.

The Most Dependable Cloud Save I have (And I don’t have Ms Office)

I’ve used a range of cloud saving apps but One Drive has been the most reliable and easiest to use. I don't have office but the quick link between my iphone, my macs at home and the web app has saved me countless times in interviews, meetings and presentations where I wouldn normally have to resort to a USB memory stick full of fluff. And that’s not counting the hour by hour work it does keeping my work synced across all my platforms for free.
Office does have a subscription model that I don’t feel fits my lifestyle at the moment but iCloud is free at my level of use and it is indespensible.
Easy to use.
Very easy to install.
Secure.
Reliable and fast syncing.
Web app side is superb and seemlessly integrated.
Sometimes, to be sure things are synced up, I have to close and reopen the app on the desktop (phone side and webside never have issues. If you're exerpeicing sycing issues that's usually the fix.
Crucially, using iCloud, apple apps have over written new data with old versions of documents when things don't sync up properly. That doesn't happen in One Drive, which is why I use One Drive more.

Information

Size
47.1 MB
Compatibility

macOS 10.12 or later, 64-bit processor

Languages

English, Czech, Danish, Dutch, Finnish, French, German, Greek, Hungarian, Indonesian, Italian, Japanese, Korean, Norwegian Bokmål, Polish, Portuguese, Russian, Simplified Chinese, Slovak, Spanish, Swedish, Thai, Traditional Chinese, Turkish

Copyright
© 2014 Microsoft Corporation. All rights reserved.

Supports

  • Family Sharing

    Up to six family members will be able to use this app with Family Sharing enabled.