Previously known as SkyDrive Pro, now more appropriately named OneDrive for Business, builds on a solid foundation of years of sync technology.
In terms of functionality, I am quite impressed with the OneDrive for Business functionality. It keeps getting better with each new release.
I use my OneDrive for business syncing various SharePoint Document Libraries with multiple organisations in different folders on my laptop…quite handy for people on the move.
Download OneDrive for Business standalone sync client for SharePoint 2013 and SharePoint Online.
Click here to download OneDrive for Business:
Use the license key:
When I set up my OneDrive for Business, I normally choose to use the license key rather than using my O365 login to install the app. Here is the license key: 3V9N8-W93CC-FQPB8-Y9WVF-TVGJ3
There are some limits on syncing OneDrive for Business and site libraries, according to the OneDrive for Business help:
Note the following limitations related to syncing OneDrive for Business and other site libraries to your computer:
- You can sync up to 20,000 items in your OneDrive for Business library, including folders and files.
- You can sync up to 5,000 items in site libraries, including folders and files.
- In any library, you can download files up to 2 GB.
OneDrive for Business is Gold:
It’s nice to see good ol’ Groove Networks still carrying on behind the scenes and Microsoft building upon a solid foundation of sync software, positively looking at it.
Personally, I have been very impressed by Groove since it was released! Groove was brilliant and way ahead of others at that time.
Take a look under the bonnet:
Well, One Drive for Business certainly is not a new kid on the block. I suggest you give it a try if you haven’t in its newest incarnation!