Microsoft OneDrive Setup

Microsoft OneDrive Setup


Step 1.1: Setup your Microsoft OneDrive Account on the Microsoft Website.

Step 1.2: Use your Microsoft Account details to set up your SSO on the LMS:

"Site Admin" > "Integrations" > "SSO / Connect Services" > "Microsoft / Gear (Edit Settings)" > Add your "Microsoft Credentials" and "Save":


NOTE: Make sure the Account is connected to the LMS System. (System Account Connected Column)


If this was setup successfully, the next time you are prompted to add a file to your LMS, you will see a Microsoft OneDrive icon:

From here, you can log into your account.

Please email if you are experiencing any issues connecting to Microsoft OneDrive on your LMS.

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