Setting up the New OneDrive Sync Client plist (Config Profile)

itupshot
Contributor II

I'm trying to set up a plist that will have defaults settings for the new OneDrive Sync Client released 1/27/17.

This new client enables users to also sync SharePoint folders to their Macs just like the Windows client.

So, following the instructions in the article "Configure the new OneDrive sync client on macOS," I've made the following plist. However, I'm not sure if I set the DefaultFolder path string correctly.

After looking at other plists in my ~/Library/Preferences folder that point to specific file paths, I think I have the right syntax.

I want to turn this plist into a custom Configuration Profile to deploy to all my clients once I can test that it works. If anyone has experience with setting a default file path in a plist, and can check my work, that would be great.

<?xml version="1.0" encoding="UTF-8"?>
<!DOCTYPE plist PUBLIC "-//Apple//DTD PLIST 1.0//EN" "http://www.apple.com/DTDs/PropertyList-1.0.dtd">
<plist version="1.0">
<dict>
    <key>DisablePersonalSync</key>
    <true/>
    <key>TeamSiteSyncPreview</key>
    <true/>
    <key>Tenants</key>
    <dict>
        <key>Tenant ID</key>
        <dict>
            <key>DefaultFolder</key>
            <string>file:///$HOME/OneDrive%Folder%Path/</string>
        </dict>
    </dict>
</dict>
</plist>
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dan-snelson
Valued Contributor II

@itupshot Thanks for the heads-up. Here's what we're using (where "123abc-456def-789ghi" is your Tenant ID):

ScriptLog "Configure future users ..."

for USER_TEMPLATE in "/System/Library/User Template"/*
    do

        # Block configuring and syncing of personal/consumer OneDrive accounts
        /usr/bin/defaults write "${USER_TEMPLATE}"/Library/Containers/com.microsoft.OneDrive-mac/Data/Library/Preferences/com.microsoft.OneDrive-mac DisablePersonalSync -bool True

        # Create user's default OneDrive directory
        /bin/mkdir -p "${USER_TEMPLATE}"/Documents/OneDrive - Company Name

        # Set the default location for the local "OneDrive - {tenant name}" folder
        /usr/libexec/PlistBuddy -c "Add :Tenants:123abc-456def-789ghi:DefaultFolder string '~/Documents/OneDrive - Company Name'" "${USER_TEMPLATE}"/Library/Containers/com.microsoft.OneDrive-mac/Data/Library/Preferences/com.microsoft.OneDrive-mac.plist

    done

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itupshot
Contributor II

@dan.snelson From your script, it looks like the DefaultFolder string should use the ~ for the user's home folder.

It's interesting that you're inserting these settings in the User Template, and not applying them in a Config Profile. We were using a Config Profile for the Mac App Store version of the OneDrive Client, but we were not setting the DefaultFolder location because I didn't know how to do it until I read the updated instructions for the new standalone client.

I'm going to try ~/OneDrive - [Company Name] as the DefaultFolder string for my test, and if it works, then I can use it for my deployments.

KSchroeder
Contributor

Microsoft's documentation for this stinks; would it be so hard for them to provide actual example code that is usable (i.e. "OneDrive - Contoso", and an actual dummy tenant guid)? I've complained to our TAM several times, and it is better than it was, but not 100%yet. There is a fairly active OneDrive channel on the MacAdmins Slack, going to try direct feedback there, as the Product Manager (i think) hangs out there regularly. Really great asset if anyone hasn't tried it yet, and no cost.

I'm also working on making OneDrive redirection work on Mac, by symlinking the Desktop and Documents directories to a Backup directory inside the user's OneDrive. I'm hoping to get it to the point i can merge Windows and Mac onto one, so changing platforms is as easy as logging in to OneDrive and waiting for your stuff to come down!

itupshot
Contributor II

@KSchroeder Yeah, their documentation does not give good examples. However, based on @dan.snelson 's reply, I think I got a working plist that I just turned into a Config Profile. Actually, I made two Config Profiles: one for the App Store edition (which we're currently using), and one for the stand-alone edition that I want to start testing.

If my tests are successful with both Configs, I'll make sure to post a little script here for folks to grab.

I was just reading the OneDrive redirect article for Windows. This could be very useful for Macs too, but it would require a bit of work.

KSchroeder
Contributor

Here's what I have so far...it works and processes all local users, so long as they don't have any open files in Documents or Desktop folders:

#!/bin/bash

######################################################################################################
# OneDrive-Redirection.sh
#
# By: Kyle Schroeder
#
# Migrates users' Documents and Desktop folders from their local home directory (/Users/userid)
# to their OneDrive - Company folder.  Checks if /Users/userid/OneDrive - Company folder exists
# already, then checks that the folders haven't already been migrated or symlinked to 
# a different location.  If the directories are present, then they are moved into the 
# OneDrive folder, and a SymLink created in the /Users/userid directory pointing to the new
# location.
#
# 1.6.16 - 1.0 - Initial version
#
######################################################################################################

#Create a list of mobile user accounts who always have a UniqueID of greater than 1000
mobileuserList=`dscl . list /Users UniqueID | awk '$2 > 1000 {print $1}'`
redirectionFolderBase="/Mac/Backup"
jamfHelper = "/Library/Application Support/JAMF/bin/jamfHelper.app/Contents/MacOS/jamfHelper"

jamf displayMessage -message "Please close all open applications and files, about to redirect data in 
the Desktop and Documents folders to OneDrive!"

# Iterate through each user in the system
for mobileuser in $mobileuserList ; do

    # path to where the user's OneDrive - Company folder should exist
    userOneDriveBasePath="/Users/$mobileuser/OneDrive - Company"
    # full path to the root of where the backup files will be stored
    oneDriveBackupPathBase=$userOneDriveBasePath$redirectionFolderBase

    # Only continue if the user's OneDrive - Company folder exists
    if [ -d "$userOneDriveBasePath" ]; then 

        # Move Documents folder to OneDrive
        if [ -d "/Users/$mobileuser/Documents" ] && [ ! -L "/Users/$mobileuser/Documents" ]; then
            echo "Moving Documents folder to OneDrive, please wait..."
            mv /Users/$mobileuser/Documents $oneDriveBackupPathBase/Documents
            ln -s "$oneDriveBackupPathBase/Documents" /Users/$mobileuser/Documents
            echo "Moved Documents folder to $oneDriveBackupPathBase/Documents"
            jamf displayMessage -message "Moved Documents folder to OneDrive - Company/Mac/Backup/Documents"
        else
            echo "Documents folder NOT found or is a symlink for user $mobileuser. Maybe already migrated?"
            jamf displayMessage -message "Documents folder NOT found or is a symlink for user. Maybe already migrated?"
        fi

        # Move Desktop folder to OneDrive
        if [ -d "/Users/$mobileuser/Desktop" ] && [ ! -L "/Users/$mobileuser/Desktop" ]; then
            echo "Moving user Desktop to OneDrive, please wait..."
            mv /Users/$mobileuser/Desktop $oneDriveBackupPathBase/Desktop
            ln -s "$oneDriveBackupPathBase/Desktop" /Users/$mobileuser/Desktop
            echo "Moved Desktop folder to $oneDriveBackupPathBase/Desktop"
            jamf displayMessage -message "Moved Desktop folder to OneDrive - Company/Mac/Backup/Desktop"

        else
            echo "Desktop folder NOT found or is a symlink for user $mobileuser. Maybe already migrated?"
            jamf displayMessage -message "Desktop folder NOT found or is a symlink for user. Maybe already migrated?"
        fi

    else
        echo "OneDrive NOT setup for this user, or it is not in the proper default location ($userOneDriveBasePath)!"
        echo "Please configure OneDrive for $mobileuser first and place the OneDrive folder in the default (~)."  
    fi

done

I need to do checking/prompting for open files on the ~/Desktop and ~/Documents (which is why the jamfHelper variable is in there; haven't got those setup yet), and probably tweak the paths...but it does work as-is right now. Replace "Company" with your Tenant name, of course.

DA001KL
New Contributor III

What happens if the user hasnt setup/configured OneDrive yet ? Do you have any method to force this with the script ?

donmontalvo
Esteemed Contributor II

Kickstarting this thread...has anyone figured out how to replace Stand Alone version of OneDrive, with App Store version of OneDrive without losing Sharepoint sync?

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mccallister
Contributor

Wish someone who has managed to get a plist working to automatically select the home folder for the stand alone version could post that here.

dan-snelson
Valued Contributor II

@mccallister You're welcome to use the following script as a rough guide; you'll need your Tenant number and to replace "Company Name":

#!/bin/sh
####################################################################################################
#
# ABOUT
#
#   Configure defaults for Microsoft OneDrive
#   See: https://support.office.com/en-us/article/Deploying-the-OneDrive-Next-Generation-Sync-Client-on-OS-X-and-configuring-work-or-school-accounts-eadddc4e-edc0-4982-9f50-2aef5038c307?ui=en-US&rs=en-US&ad=US
#
####################################################################################################
#
# HISTORY
#
#   Version 1.0, 5-Jul-2016, Dan K. Snelson
#       Configure User Template and all Current Users
#
####################################################################################################
# Import logging functions
source /path/to/client-side/functions.sh
####################################################################################################

ScriptLog "###############################################"
ScriptLog "#### Configure Microsoft OneDrive Defaults ####"
ScriptLog "###############################################"


ScriptLog "Configure future users ..."

for USER_TEMPLATE in "/System/Library/User Template"/*
    do

        # Block configuring and syncing of personal/consumer OneDrive accounts
        /usr/bin/defaults write "${USER_TEMPLATE}"/Library/Containers/com.microsoft.OneDrive-mac/Data/Library/Preferences/com.microsoft.OneDrive-mac DisablePersonalSync -bool True

        # Create user's default OneDrive directory
        /bin/mkdir -p "${USER_TEMPLATE}"/Documents/OneDrive - Company Name

        # Set the default location for the local "OneDrive - {tenant name}" folder
        /usr/libexec/PlistBuddy -c "Add :Tenants:nnnnnnnn-nnnn-nnnn-nnnn-nnnnnnnnnnnn:DefaultFolder string '~/Documents/OneDrive - Company Name'" "${USER_TEMPLATE}"/Library/Containers/com.microsoft.OneDrive-mac/Data/Library/Preferences/com.microsoft.OneDrive-mac.plist

    done


ScriptLog "Configure current users ..."

for USER_HOME in /Users/*
    do
        USER_SHORTNAME=`basename "${USER_HOME}"`

        if [ ! "${USER_SHORTNAME}" = "Shared" ]; then
            if [ ! -d "${USER_HOME}"/Documents/OneDrive - Company Name ]; then
                mkdir -p /Users/"${USER_SHORTNAME}"/Documents/OneDrive - Company Name
                chown -R "${USER_SHORTNAME}" "${USER_HOME}"/Documents/OneDrive - Company Name
            fi
            if [ -d "${USER_HOME}"/Documents/OneDrive - Company Name ]; then

                # Kill OneDrive
                ScriptLog "* Quit OneDrive for ${USER_SHORTNAME} ..."
                processName="OneDrive"
                /usr/bin/pkill -l -U "${USER_SHORTNAME}" "${processName}"


                # Block configuring and syncing of personal/consumer OneDrive accounts
                ScriptLog "* Block ${USER_SHORTNAME} from adding personal/consumer accounts ..."
                /usr/bin/sudo -s -u "${USER_SHORTNAME}" /usr/bin/defaults write /Users/"${USER_SHORTNAME}"/Library/Containers/com.microsoft.OneDrive-mac/Data/Library/Preferences/com.microsoft.OneDrive-mac DisablePersonalSync -bool True


                # Create user's default OneDrive directory
                ScriptLog "* Create ${USER_SHORTNAME}'s default OneDrive directory ..."
                /bin/mkdir -p /Users/"${USER_SHORTNAME}"/Documents/OneDrive - Company Name

                ScriptLog "* Set permissions on ${USER_SHORTNAME}'s default OneDrive directory ..."
                /usr/sbin/chown -Rv "${USER_SHORTNAME}" /Users/"${USER_SHORTNAME}"/Documents/OneDrive - Company Name/


                # Set the default location for the local "OneDrive - {tenant name}" folder
                ScriptLog "* Set ${USER_SHORTNAME}'s default location for the local OneDrive folder ..."
                /usr/libexec/PlistBuddy -c "Add :Tenants:nnnnnnnn-nnnn-nnnn-nnnn-nnnnnnnnnnnn:DefaultFolder string '/Users/${USER_SHORTNAME}/Documents/OneDrive - Company Name'" /Users/${USER_SHORTNAME}/Library/Containers/com.microsoft.OneDrive-mac/Data/Library/Preferences/com.microsoft.OneDrive-mac.plist


                # Enabling Finder integration
                ScriptLog "* Enabling Finder integration for ${USER_SHORTNAME} ..."
                /usr/bin/sudo -s -u "${USER_SHORTNAME}" /usr/bin/pluginkit -e use -i com.microsoft.OneDrive-mac.FinderSync

                ScriptLog "Correct permissions for ${USER_SHORTNAME} ..."
                /usr/sbin/chown -Rv "$USER_SHORTNAME" /Users/${USER_SHORTNAME}/Library/Containers/com.microsoft.OneDrive-mac/Data/Library/Preferences/com.microsoft.OneDrive-mac.plist 2>/dev/null

                # Reload preferences
                ScriptLog "Reload preferences for ${USER_SHORTNAME} ..."
                /usr/bin/pkill -l -U "${USER_SHORTNAME}" cfprefsd

            fi
        fi
    done


jssLog "Microsoft OneDrive Defaults Configured"


exit 0

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Dan

mccallister
Contributor

Dan, I take it that just works with the app store version?

dan-snelson
Valued Contributor II

@mccallister Correct, we're currently deploying the Mac App Store version of OneDrive.


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donmontalvo
Esteemed Contributor II

Stand Alone deployment turned out to be a challenge, since it has to be launched as the current user.

Launch Agent:

#!/bin/bash

theApp="/Applications/OneDrive.app"
launchAgent="/Library/LaunchAgents/com.MYCOMPANY.onedrive.plist"

## Set prefs User Template

/bin/mkdir -p /System/Library/User Template/English.lproj/Library/Containers/com.microsoft.OneDrive-mac/Data/Library/Preferences/
/usr/bin/touch /System/Library/User Template/English.lproj/Library/Containers/com.microsoft.OneDrive-mac/Data/Library/Preferences/com.microsoft.OneDrive-mac.plist
/usr/bin/defaults write /System/Library/User Template/English.lproj/Library/Containers/com.microsoft.OneDrive-mac/Data/Library/Preferences/com.microsoft.OneDrive-mac.plist DisablePersonalSync -bool TRUE
/usr/bin/defaults write /System/Library/User Template/English.lproj/Library/Containers/com.microsoft.OneDrive-mac/Data/Library/Preferences/com.microsoft.OneDrive-mac.plist Tenants '<dict><key>(TenantID)</key><dict><key>DefaultFolder</key><string>OneDrive - The Company Name</string></dict></dict>'
/bin/chmod -R 700 /System/Library/User Template/English.lproj/Library/Containers/com.microsoft.OneDrive-mac/Data/Library/Preferences/com.microsoft.OneDrive-mac.plist
/usr/sbin/chown root:wheel /System/Library/User Template/English.lproj/Library/Containers/com.microsoft.OneDrive-mac/Data/Library/Preferences/com.microsoft.OneDrive-mac.plist

## Set prefs Users

over500=$( dscl . list /Users UniqueID | awk '$2 > 500 { print $1 }' )

for u in $over500 ;
    do
        /bin/mkdir -p /Users/"$u"/Library/Containers/com.microsoft.OneDrive-mac/Data/Library/Preferences/
        /usr/bin/touch /Users/"$u"/Library/Containers/com.microsoft.OneDrive-mac/Data/Library/Preferences/com.microsoft.OneDrive-mac.plist
                /usr/bin/defaults write /Users/"$u"/Library/Containers/com.microsoft.OneDrive-mac/Data/Library/Preferences/com.microsoft.OneDrive-mac.plist DisablePersonalSync -bool TRUE
        /usr/bin/defaults write /Users/"$u"/Library/Containers/com.microsoft.OneDrive-mac/Data/Library/Preferences/com.microsoft.OneDrive-mac.plist Tenants '<dict><key>(TenantID)</key><dict><key>DefaultFolder</key><string>OneDrive - The Company Name</string></dict></dict>'
        /bin/chmod -R 700 /Users/"$u"/Library/Containers/com.microsoft.OneDrive-mac/Data/Library/Preferences/com.microsoft.OneDrive-mac.plist
        /usr/sbin/chown "$u" /Users/"$u"/Library/Containers/com.microsoft.OneDrive-mac/Data/Library/Preferences/com.microsoft.OneDrive-mac.plist
    done

## Create Launch Agent

/bin/echo '<?xml version="1.0" encoding="UTF-8"?>
    <!DOCTYPE plist PUBLIC "-//Apple//DTD PLIST 1.0//EN" "http://www.apple.com/DTDs/PropertyList-1.0.dtd">
    <plist version="1.0">
    <dict>
        <key>Disabled</key>
        <false/>
        <key>Label</key>
        <string>com.MYCOMPANY.onedrive</string>
        <key>ProgramArguments</key>
        <array>
            <string>/Applications/OneDrive.app/Contents/MacOS/OneDrive</string>
        </array>
        <key>RunAtLoad</key>
        <true/>
        <key>KeepAlive</key>
        <dict>
            <key>SuccessfulExit</key>
            <false/>
        </dict>
    </dict>
    </plist>' > "$launchAgent"

/usr/bin/chown root:wheel "$launchAgent"
/bin/chmod 644 "$launchAgent"

## Load as current user

theUser=$( python -c 'from SystemConfiguration import SCDynamicStoreCopyConsoleUser; import sys; username = (SCDynamicStoreCopyConsoleUser(None, None, None) or [None])[0]; username = [username,""][username in [u"loginwindow", None, u""]]; sys.stdout.write(username + "
");' )

if [[ $theUser ]]; then

    theUID=$(id -u $theUser)
    /bin/launchctl bootstrap gui/"$theUID" "$launchAgent"

    ## For pre 10.10 computers
    if [[ $? -ne 0 ]]; then
        /bin/launchctl asuser "$theUID" open "$theApp"
    fi

fi

exit 0

Now I just need to get off my lazy arse and put these two keys into a Configuration Profile...

defaults write /Users/username/Library/Containers/com.microsoft.OneDrive-mac/Data/Library/Preferences/com.microsoft.OneDrive-mac.plist DisablePersonalSync -bool TRUE

defaults write /Users/username/Library/Containers/com.microsoft.OneDrive-mac/Data/Library/Preferences/com.microsoft.OneDrive-mac.plist Tenants '<dict><key>YourTenantIDvalue</key><dict><key>DefaultFolder</key><string>OneDrive - The Company Name</string></dict></dict>'
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KSchroeder
Contributor

Thanks @donmontalvo for sharing that script, that should be very helpful! One note...I think you missed a couple of identifying items in your script, but I must say I'm jealous! 🙂

KSchroeder
Contributor

Also when you set the Tenants configuration and "OneDrive - Company" as the path, does this prevent the user from being able to change the location from ~/OneDrive - Company/? edoryu on the MacAdmins Slack #onedrive indicated that this was coming in the future, but I haven't yet seen anything indicating that is an absolute restriction that will prevent the user from creating their OD sync folder in ~/Desktop or something.

cholder
New Contributor II

This works great as a configuration policy but you can still set personal one drive up via Office (add a place) does anyone know a why to shut that feature off.

al786
New Contributor III

vvvv

KyleEricson
Valued Contributor

I want to make OneDrive open at login as everytime the app store version updates it disables this option. I followed the documentation on how to do this but it doesn't work any ideas why?74732f39cbe045e2ab680e64c3a2acd1
d7535b154ca945e3b3d9f2b04ccd93b1

ambor
New Contributor

All the comments above seem related to mounting the personal drive. What about mounting Sharepoint drives in OneDrive?

I can see that ~/Library/Containers/com.microsoft.OneDrive-mac/Data/Library/Application Support/OneDrive/settings/Business1 has a bunch of .ini files that seem to define this. I haven't messed with those yet.

These .plist files seem to also contain the info, but they get over-written by the app with what it thinks the correct state is:
~/Library/Group Containers/UBF8T346G9.OfficeOneDriveSyncIntegration/Library/Preferences/UBF8T346G9.OfficeOneDriveSyncIntegration.plist

~/Library/Group Containers/UBF8T346G9.OneDriveSyncClientSuite/Library/Preferences/UBF8T346G9.OneDriveSyncClientSuite.plist

davinder_singh
New Contributor

Hi Guys, need bit of help on configuring one drive Mac OS mass deployment, having issue to set default folder for each user

here is plist i am working on ,some of setting are working like upload speed, bandwidth control.

<dict> <key>HideDockIcon</key> <false/> <key>DownloadBandwidthLimited</key> <integer>190</integer> <key>Disablepersonalaccounts</key> <false/> <key>BlockExternalSync</key> <false/> <key>UploadBandwidthLimited</key> <integer>200</integer> <key>OpenAtLogin</key> <true/> <key>DefaultFolder</key> <array> <dict> <key>TenantID</key> <string>TenantID</string> <key>Path</key> <string>file:///$HOME/Desktop</string>

davinder_singh
New Contributor

@dan-snelson Need bit of help , I am trying to configure plist of one drive with customised values , one is reading values like upload speed limit/bandwidth control but issue I am having to set default folder path ,it is not picking up value from plist .Any suggestions

dan-snelson
Valued Contributor II

@davinder.singh If you run your script via Terminal as root, I suspect you'll observe the following …

root# echo $HOME
/var/root

… since the Jamf binary executes scripts as root.

The following may prove helpful:

loggedInUser=$( /bin/echo "show State:/Users/ConsoleUser" | /usr/sbin/scutil | /usr/bin/awk '/Name :/ && ! /loginwindow/ { print $3 }' )
loggedInUserHome=$( /usr/bin/dscl . -read /Users/${loggedInUser} | /usr/bin/grep NFSHomeDirectory: | /usr/bin/cut -c 19- | /usr/bin/head -n 1 )

 <key>Path</key> <string>file:///${loggedInUserHome}/Desktop</string>

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carlo_anselmi
Contributor III

@davinder.singh @dan-snelson I would like to be sure about the logic of AutomaticUploadBandwidthPercentage
Does the percentage of bandwidth out of the total available (number to set in the prefs/conf. profile) refer to the total (available) bandwidth not in use?
Many thanks!

dan-snelson
Valued Contributor II

@carlo.anselmi Excellent question for the likes of @pbowden.


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carlo_anselmi
Contributor III

Hello everyone and @dan-snelson I am trying to create a config profile with iMazing Profile Editor to set AutomaticUploadBandwidthPercentage and despite it works perfectly if manually installed, it fails when pushed once loaded and scoped with JSS

<!DOCTYPE plist PUBLIC "-//Apple//DTD PLIST 1.0//EN" "http://www.apple.com/DTDs/PropertyList-1.0.dtd">
<plist version="1.0">
<dict>
    <key>PayloadContent</key>
    <array>
        <dict>
            <key>AutomaticUploadBandwidthPercentage</key>
            <integer>99</integer>
            <key>DisablePersonalSync</key>
            <false/>
            <key>PayloadDisplayName</key>
            <string>Microsoft OneDrive</string>
            <key>PayloadIdentifier</key>
            <string>com.microsoft.OneDrive</string>
            <key>PayloadType</key>
            <string>com.microsoft.OneDrive</string>
            <key>PayloadUUID</key>
            <string>3CAE1919-7840-48CA-99DE-18FD3F3D1F72</string>
            <key>PayloadVersion</key>
            <integer>1</integer>
        </dict>
    </array>
    <key>PayloadDescription</key>
    <string>OneDrive Automatic Bandwith</string>
    <key>PayloadDisplayName</key>
    <string>OneDrive Automatic Bandwith</string>
    <key>PayloadIdentifier</key>
    <string>iMac.864C702B-EEDE-4CA0-BED5-27C0C6635EDE</string>
    <key>PayloadOrganization</key>
    <string>MyOrg</string>
    <key>PayloadType</key>
    <string>Configuration</string>
    <key>PayloadUUID</key>
    <string>F732705C-6F79-40A5-979B-993ACA557252</string>
    <key>PayloadVersion</key>
    <integer>1</integer>
    <key>TargetDeviceType</key>
    <integer>5</integer>
</dict>
</plist>

What am I doing wrong?
Many thanks!
Carlo

Here below the result on stand alone client, manually installed, set to automatic adjust
fbb8e136ce894315b24665f014eb1c52

dan-snelson
Valued Contributor II

@carlo.anselmi Have you tried distributing a signed Configuration Profile via Jamf Pro?

/usr/bin/security cms -S -N "[Signing Certificate]" -i "[input]" -o "[output]"

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carlo_anselmi
Contributor III

@dan-snelson Many thanks that solved the issue!
Cheers
Carlo

rb_
New Contributor

Hey folks, I am trying to disable personal sync and from this thread I built the following script. The script seems to work, and it inserts the line, but then it appears that the plist gets overwritten again by OneDrive, and it is removed.

Any help here would be appreciated.

killall OneDrive
loggedInUser=$(stat -f%Su /dev/console)
/usr/bin/defaults write /Users/$loggedInUser/Library/Preferences/com.microsoft.OneDrive.plist DisablePersonalSync -bool True
/usr/sbin/chown $loggedInUser /Users/$loggedInUser/Library/Preferences/com.microsoft.OneDrive.plist
sleep 10
open -a OneDrive

AdamCraig
Contributor III

@rb_ if you want to set a preference so it can't be changed you're better off doing it with a config profile. see @carlo.anselmi 's post above for a good example