k12.nd for example). I have installed the desktop apps on my machine running Windows 7 while logged in with a domain admin account for our own local domain (admin
myschool). I have setup Outlook, OneDrive for Business 2013 to sync to a local folder, and had always been able to login to Skype for Business.
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One day, Skype kept asking me for my credentials, and I noticed OneDrive wasn”t syncing with my local folder on my machine. When I type in my credentials, it takes me to another prompt for my password. Then it says,”We are unable to connect right now. Please check your network and try again later.”
I can successfully login to my account using the web interface, though, so it”s not a subscription or password issue.
Colleagues within the same state-wide
k12.nd organization said it could be some sort of conflict with our active directory at our school, that it thinks the O365 should login using
myschool. I”m only a self-taught tech (teacher by trade), and I need some help!
I was able to create a local admin account on the same computer and it syncs with OneDrive just as it should. I even used another domain account to login to the same computer and was able to sync again using the same organization credentials. I”ve deleted all my accounts under the Windows Credential Manager to see if it would work to no avail.
I”m afraid over time, there will be another conflict if I just start using another account profile to login, so I”m looking for a fix! TIA!
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Nov 5, 2015 at 17:34 UTC
had some OneDrive for Biz log-in issues earlier today, but a reboot & repair later it was working again….
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Bridgette7571 Nov 5, 2015 at 18:12 UTC
I”ve tried rebooting, repairing, reinstalling. No luck.
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sephish Nov 5, 2015 at 19:18 UTC
I would guess that something got wonky with the credential manager. You could poke around and check what you can, or delete creds, or you could try creating a new user profile on that computer, and start over.
Another thing that I”ve seen suggested, is to right click on the app and run as administrator. Not sure that”ll do it, but it”s a quick and easy try.
Other things I”ve found related to this issue are with federated environments, or Outlook 2010, but if the other stuff doesn”t work, you may want to try some of the suggestions on this page.
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Bridgette7571 Nov 5, 2015 at 20:10 UTC
For more clarification, I run Windows Server 2008 SP 2, Active Directory 6.0, and do not have ADFS.
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EricD10 Nov 6, 2015 at 15:40 UTC
Sorry not much help here, but some apathy as I”ve had similar issues in my environment. Sever 2012 R2 domain, some clients on Win 7 and some on Win 10. OneDrive for Business consistently has authentication or upload issues. I”ve uninstalled/reinstalled, reformatted, “repaired” OneDrive folders countless times. Several users in my org have reported missing files. It”s embarrassing that MS”s paid product performs worse than the free version.
Problems and solutions are both spotty and inconsistent so I get the impression the metrics from O365 support isn”t reporting back reasonable data to engineers for fixes. Example: I call into support and the rep tells me to try things like:
Rename a fileMove the file out of OneDrive for Business,then back inRepair the folderUninstall/reinstall
Upload with the web client instead of the desktop client
Eventually something works but the underlying issue isn”t addressed and the onus is placed on me and my staff to try one of the inane options listed above to make the software work.
I keep holding out for an improved client but we may have to bite the bullet and go with DropBox or some other cloud sync that actually works.