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In order to sync folders on your workstation to OneDrive and access your files offline, you'll need the OneDrive for Business application installed on your computer.

Most Windows 10 systems have a OneDrive client pre-installed, so check your applications list to see if you already have OneDrive.

Step-by-step guide

  1. Visit OneDrive and click Download in the top menu bar.
  2. The site should automatically detect your operating system, so make sure it is correct and select Download. It is available for Windows, Apple, and Android operating systems. The examples shown below are for a Mac and Windows 10 computer. Notice that the Windows 10 computer already has OneDrive installed, but you can re-download it if needed.
     


  3. You will see this screen after the file is downloaded. 


  4. Locate the downloaded file on your computer, usually in the Downloads folder, and double click on it to start the installation process.


  5. Follow the on-screen instructions to complete the installation process. When prompted to log in, use your BearPassLogin@MissouriState.edu and regular password – just like signing in to Office 365. If you encounter issues, see Microsoft's installation instructions or contact the Help Desk.


To begin syncing your files, see How to Store Files in OneDrive for Business.

 


For questions or comments, contact the Computer Services Help Desk
HelpDesk@MissouriState.edu
417-836-5891