Frame integrates with multiple cloud storage providers, including Microsoft OneDrive. OneDrive is an online storage space service in the cloud that is provided to individual licensed users in a Microsoft organization. It is typically used to access files across multiple devices, share files, and collaborate on documents. Frame administrators need simply to authorize their OneDrive for Business account from their Frame account Dashboard to give their end users access from their own sessions.
Administrators can easily enable the Frame OneDrive integration from their account Dashboard.
Start by navigating to the “Settings” page of your Dashboard. From there, select the “Session” tab at the top of the page.
Under the “Storage” section, click the toggle to enable Microsoft OneDrive for your account. Then click the “Authorize OneDrive for Business” button that appears below the toggle.
You will be taken to Microsoft’s login page. Log in to your account with your OneDrive for Business account credentials.
To authorize OneDrive for business, you must be a global admin for your Microsoft organization.
A page will appear listing the requested permissions, click “Accept.”
You have successfully authorized OneDrive for Business for your Frame end users. They will see the icon below in their status bar:
They can connect to OneDrive by simply clicking on the icon and selecting “Connect.” Once connected, the icon will appear white:
As with any cloud storage integration, your users will see the OneDrive integration appear as an additional drive in their file explorer.
OneDrive with Frame is only accessible as an additional drive letter. The data on your drive cannot be accessed by using the OneDrive link in the sidebar of Windows File Explorer.