Announcing OneDrive Sync Admin Reports


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Our guest today is Chenying Yang, a senior Program Manager on OneDrive focusing on making OneDrive Sync great across consumer and enterprise. OneDrive Sync Admin Reports empowers IT admins with actionable insights about the adoption and health of the sync client. These reports give visibility into who in your company is running the OneDrive Sync app, how is Known Folder Move rollout going, as well as surfacing any errors that end users might be experiencing so you can proactively address them. We built this feature because we want to help our customers be successful when managing OneDrive deployment and adoption, and Sync Reports has been a top customer request over the years. You'll also learn the team's favorite go-to beverages to wind up or wind down.

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