PowerShell CmdLet to check OneDrive for Business or OneDrive Personal Status


 

My good friend Neil Hodgkinson gave me a challenge: some partners and companies were asking him how to verify the status of OneDrive. He gave me the idea to check the icon of the OneDrive folder and depending on the icon, tell the status. I created a proof-of-concept and then helped some folks at Microsoft Consulting Services to have a PowerShell cmdlet to do so. Not being enough the status of OneDrive using the regular OneDrive synchronization, I also included the status of OneDrive when synchronized via Groove (yes, people still use it).

The project is open source and available in GitHub. To get only the PowerShell cmdlet, download OneDriveLib.dll here. License is MIT and can be found here. It is an open source project so it is not entitled for Microsoft support but I will do my best to respond questions in this post. Just ask them in comments.

 

How to use:

  • Open PowerShell is normal mode (it will not work in Elevated mode for OneDrive own design)
  • Import the module OneDriveLib.dll
  • Run Get-ODStatus

 

Syntax:

Get-ODStatus [-Type <type-pattern>] [-ByPath <path>]

 

Where:

-Type <type-pattern> let you filter by OneDrive type (e.g. Personal or Business) [optional]

-ByPath <path> if the folder information is not in the registry you can test a particular folder (this form will return only a status string)

 

Examples:

Get-ODStatus –Type Business

Get-ODStatus –ByPath c:\user\rodneyviana\onedrive

 

Example of output

PS C:\ODTool>; Import-Module OneDriveLib.dll
 
PS C:\ODTool>; Get-ODStatus
 
 
StatusString : UpToDate
LocalPath    : E:\MicrosoftOnedrive\OneDrive - Contoso
UserSID      : S-1-5-21-124012345-708012345-1543012345-802000
UserName     : CONTOSO\rodneyviana
ServiceType  : Business1
 
StatusString : UpToDate
LocalPath    : D:\Onedrive
UserSID      : S-1-5-21-124012345-708012345-1543012345-802000
UserName     : CONTOSO\rodneyviana
ServiceType  : Personal
Comments (85)

  1. Saqlain Tahir says:

    It’s great and will be very helpful for my customers

  2. Thanks, great to have this. Just as a side note, in order to use the DLL, make sure you UNBLOCK it via the properties of the file. Basically right click, select unblock and apply. Close and re-open your PowerShell and then follow the instructions.

    1. Rocky says:

      Scott, thanks for the tip. I just ran import-module and got the error saying the dll is missing. Doh!

  3. Scott says:

    What is it’s intended return for Work Folders?

  4. Gareth says:

    Hey, This is exactly what we are looking for. However as novices require a little guidance on the setup? Ive downloaded the full project but dont understand where to save the files to and successfully run the commands. Please help!

  5. Dan says:

    Thanks for this. Can you help provide more details on StatusString, like what would be the expected output if user are syncing their Personal OneDrive on their PC or laptop?

    1. Possible values:
      public enum ServiceStatus
      {
      Error,
      Shared,
      SharedSync,
      UpToDate,
      Syncing,
      ReadOnly,
      NotInstalled
      }

  6. Sasa says:

    I use that module and got status for all client but several. On several pc’s I don’t get any results. (win10). Do you have any idea?

    1. You may need to unblock the DLL.
      Unzip
      In Windows Explorer see the DLL properties
      Check ‘Unblock’

  7. Roberto says:

    Is great however Get-ODstatus only show me personal information and not the business even if I use the -Type. When I specify -ByPath I can have the business information. Do you have any idea what can be the cause ?

    1. It will show personal (OneDrive) and Business (OneDrive for Business). Per OneDrive design it will only show information about your user. Also per design it will not work if you run in elevated privileges. Not my rules.

  8. Chris Webb says:

    So how are you guys going about deploying this? I’m assuming every machine has to have this dll and the command run on it?

    1. Hi Chris,

      You are correct. It has to be local and it has to run in user context. It will not work in non-interactive way (like a service for example) and it will not work in elevated privileges. OneDrive requirements.

  9. Stuart Landells says:

    Has anyone been able to apply where-object filtering (or any other) to the output?
    I’ve tried all sorts of things and must just be having a moment, or it simply doesn’t work. I either get all results back regardless of the filter, or no results back. Nothing in between.
    There are some Dropbox accounts on the machines being scanned, and it actually picks those up too 🙂
    Get-ODStatus –Type Business | where {$_.LocalPath -like ‘*OneDrive*’} = Everything Business
    Get-ODStatus –Type Business | where {$_.ServiceType -like ‘Business1’} = Everything Business
    Get-ODStatus –Type Business | where {$_.StatusString -eq “UpToDate”} = Everything Business, even tho only one has that status.

  10. uday says:

    Get-ODStatus

    is not giving any output.
    Not even,

    Get-ODStatus -Type Business

  11. Peter says:

    Hi Rodney, please help. I am not getting any output unless using -ByPath, like Roberto. Also then I get the StatusString value only. What do I need to change?

    PS C:\Users\schaefpe> import-module -name C:\Users\schaefpe\Downloads\OneDriveLib.dll -verbose
    VERBOSE: Loading module from path ‘C:\Users\schaefpe\Downloads\OneDriveLib.dll’.
    VERBOSE: Importing cmdlet ‘Get-ODStatus’.
    PS C:\Users\schaefpe> Get-ODStatus
    PS C:\Users\schaefpe> Get-ODStatus -Type Business
    PS C:\Users\schaefpe> Get-ODStatus -ByPath “C:\Users\schaefpe\OneDrive – MyCorp”
    UpToDate
    PS C:\Users\schaefpe>

    1. Hi Peter,

      I can think of two things: a) You may have not unblocked the DLL after you downloaded from the Internet; b) There is something wrong with your configuration. If you can do the following I may be able to help you.

      1. Make sure you run PowerShell in regular privileges (elevated privileges does not work with OneDrive and this is by design)

      2. See if the OneDrive folder(s) are shown when you run this command in PowerShell:

      ls -s HKLM:\SOFTWARE\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\Explorer\SyncRootManager\

      1. Guru says:

        Hi Rodney,
        i am getting not getting any output by running Get-ODStatus this comandlet . please help me .and i have have unblocked the dll file and not running powershell in elevated mode.
        if i pass the -bypath ‘***’ then i am getting output .and i am not getting what exactly problem is? please help me to get all measures

        1. I have a debug and trace version here: https://github.com/rodneyviana/ODSyncService/tree/master/DebugAndTraces
          It may help you identify the issue. Only use this version for troubleshooting as it adds overhead

          1. Devi says:

            Hi Rodney
            I have given below command lets . And one drive is uptodate, but still i am getting output as NotInstalled
            Set-ExecutionPolicy -Scope CurrentUser -ExecutionPolicy ByPass -Force
            import-module “C:\users\Devi\OneDrive – corp\Desktop\OneDriveLib (1).dll”
            $env:USERNAME
            Get-ODStatus -Type Business -ByPath “C:\Users\$env:USERNAME\AppData\Local\Microsoft\OneDrive”

  12. jacek says:

    When i do import i get following

    PS C:\ODTool> Import-Module OneDriveLib.dll
    Import-Module : The specified module ‘OneDriveLib.dll’ was not loaded because no valid module file was found in any
    module directory.
    At line:1 char:1
    + Import-Module OneDriveLib.dll
    + ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
    + CategoryInfo : ResourceUnavailable: (OneDriveLib.dll:String) [Import-Module], FileNotFoundException
    + FullyQualifiedErrorId : Modules_ModuleNotFound,Microsoft.PowerShell.Commands.ImportModuleCommand

    1. Navigate in Windows Explorer where OneDriveLib.dll is located, right-click and select Unblock and click Ok.

  13. Jari says:

    Fantastic! I am running a script by GPO in the user context to pick up the status. It works fine when run manually but by GPO status is always “Not Installed”. I have tried with Start-Sleep in the script. Any idea what I am missing or if it is possible at all?

    Import-Module c:\it\OneDriveLib.dll
    $UserP= $env:UserProfile
    $ODStatus = Get-ODStatus -ByPath “$userp\OneDrive – Company”

    1. Jari,

      Due to the design of OneDrive you have to run as interactive and in non-elevated administrator privileges. To test if you are running your script in elevated privileges:

      $IsAdmin = [bool](([System.Security.Principal.WindowsIdentity]::GetCurrent()).groups -match “S-1-5-32-544”)

      Test if you are in interactive mode:
      $IsInteractive = [Environment]::UserInteractive

      These is the situation where the script can run:

      if(-not $IsAdmin -and $IsInteractive)
      {
      Get-ODStatus
      } else
      {
      Write-Host “You need to run in interactive mode and non-admin mode”
      Write-Host “Now, you are running as – Admin Mode = $($IsAdmin) / Interactive: $($IsInteractive)”
      }

  14. Et says:

    When executed remotely (which I guess would be the most interesting case) it always returns NotInstalled. Es:

    $file = “oneDriveLib.dll”
    $session = New-PSSession -ComputerName $computerName
    Copy-Item -Path $file -ToSession $session -Destination ‘C:\Windows\System32\oneDriveLib.dll’

    Invoke-Command -Session $session -ScriptBlock {
    Import-Module ‘C:\Windows\System32\oneDriveLib.dll’
    Get-ODStatus –Type Business
    }

    StatusString : NotInstalled
    [.]

    The same command, executed locally, returns:

    StatusString : UpToDate
    [..]

    Is that normal ?

    1. This is by design of OneDrive. It only works in interactive mode. Many people have this challenge and the best way to resolve this is to schedule a new task to run a PowerShell script and update your monitoring system. Make sure that ‘Run with highest privilege’ is DISABLED as OneDrive also requires this.

  15. S. Rosa says:

    When i call Get-ODStatus my screen blinks twice? Someone have the same issue?

  16. Nilson says:

    When importing the Powershell module I get an error:

    Import-Module: The specified module ‘OneDriveLib.dll’ was not loaded because no sound was
    in any module directory.

    1. Unblock the DLL as specified in previous conversations

  17. Kang Du says:

    Hi Rodney,

    Thanks for this great tool.
    Is there anyway it can check status when OneDrive is running as service using a service account?
    We managed to run OneDrive using local admin account, but This cmdlet doesn’t seem to work.
    Is it because that interactive thing?

    1. Hi Kang,

      This is by design. You can only access status for your account. Also you CANNOT run it in elevated privileges.

  18. Kang Du NZ says:

    Hi Rodney, thanks for this great tool.
    Is it capable to detect OneDrive status when OneDrive runs as a service ?
    We managed to use task scheduler to run OneDrive using a local admin account as a service. When running this comlet we gets NotInstalled. Is it because of the interactive thing?

    1. That is correct. The best way to resolve your problem is to run the PowerShell as a Windows Task Scheduler’s task. Choose to run when user is logged on and DO NOT enable Run with highest privileges

      1. Kang Du NZ says:

        Thanks Rodney for the reply. Then OneDrive is not suitable for our task – a backup agent that runs silently and reports status.
        Need to find third party client for that task.

  19. Colin says:

    Hi Rodney,

    I have two problems with this tool.
    1. When i run it on my machine some document libraries show up as ShareSync and some show up as NotInstalled. They are all configured similarly and are definitely installed.
    2. When i run the script my screen blinks twice.

    Could you help with that?

    1. 1. You cannot run the cmdLet in elevated mode nor in non-interactive mode. The status is only related to the logged user. Read the previous comments to download the debug version of the cmdLet to see what the problems are.
      2. You may be running this as a Windows task and PowerShell shows a window which may be what you are taking for flicking screen.

      1. Ed says:

        Hello Rodney,
        I read all post…no admin right to check OneDrive status, unblock lib…
        I run this :
        Unblock-File -Path “C:\temp\onedrivelib.dll”
        import-module “C:\temp\onedrivelib.dll”
        Get-ODStatus -ByPath $env:onedrive

        result : NotInstalled….
        My businessfolder had number 2….

        is it possible a problem ?
        I also have SharePoint sync….: status : SharedSync.

        i download your debug lib…but where are the log please ?

        Thank you

        1. The log is in %temp%. Choose run, type %temp% and enter. The temp folder should open. Sort by date descending.

          1. denize says:

            Thank you Rodney…found the log file….but not more details who can help me : On Win 7 or 10 with OD configured : result : notInstalled :
            2018-08-13T09:28:15 Information Testing Type: Native.IIconError, Path: C:\Users\USERSXXXX\OneDrive – Compagny
            2018-08-13T09:28:15 Information Testing CLSID: {bbacc218-34ea-4666-9d7a-c78f2274a524}, Path: C:\Users\USERSXXXX\OneDrive – Compagny, HR=0x0
            2018-08-13T09:28:15 Information Testing Type: Native.IIconUpToDate, Path: C:\Users\USERSXXXX\OneDrive – Compagny
            2018-08-13T09:28:15 Information Testing CLSID: {f241c880-6982-4ce5-8cf7-7085ba96da5a}, Path: C:\Users\USERSXXXX\OneDrive – Compagny, HR=0x0
            2018-08-13T09:28:15 Information Testing Type: Native.IIconReadOnly, Path: C:\Users\USERSXXXX\OneDrive – Compagny
            2018-08-13T09:28:15 Information Testing CLSID: {9aa2f32d-362a-42d9-9328-24a483e2ccc3}, Path: C:\Users\USERSXXXX\OneDrive – Compagny, HR=0x0
            2018-08-13T09:28:15 Information Testing Type: Native.IIconShared, Path: C:\Users\USERSXXXX\OneDrive – Compagny
            2018-08-13T09:28:15 Information Testing CLSID: {5ab7172c-9c11-405c-8dd5-af20f3606282}, Path: C:\Users\USERSXXXX\OneDrive – Compagny, HR=0x0
            2018-08-13T09:28:15 Information Testing Type: Native.IIconSharedSync, Path: C:\Users\USERSXXXX\OneDrive – Compagny
            2018-08-13T09:28:15 Information Testing CLSID: {a78ed123-ab77-406b-9962-2a5d9d2f7f30}, Path: C:\Users\USERSXXXX\OneDrive – Compagny, HR=0x0
            2018-08-13T09:28:15 Information Testing Type: Native.IIconSync, Path: C:\Users\USERSXXXX\OneDrive – Compagny
            2018-08-13T09:28:15 Information Testing CLSID: {a0396a93-dc06-4aef-bee9-95ffccaef20e}, Path: C:\Users\USERSXXXX\OneDrive – Compagny, HR=0x0
            2018-08-13T09:28:15 Information Testing Type: Native.IIconGrooveUpToDate, Path: C:\Users\USERSXXXX\OneDrive – Compagny
            2018-08-13T09:28:15 Information Testing CLSID: {e768cd3b-bddc-436d-9c13-e1b39ca257b1}, Path: C:\Users\USERSXXXX\OneDrive – Compagny, HR=0x80040154
            2018-08-13T09:28:15 Information Testing Type: Native.IIconGrooveSync, Path: C:\Users\USERSXXXX\OneDrive – Compagny
            2018-08-13T09:28:15 Information Testing CLSID: {cd55129a-b1a1-438e-a425-cebc7dc684ee}, Path: C:\Users\USERSXXXX\OneDrive – Compagny, HR=0x80040154
            2018-08-13T09:28:15 Information Testing Type: Native.IIconGrooveError, Path: C:\Users\USERSXXXX\OneDrive – Compagny
            2018-08-13T09:28:15 Information Testing CLSID: {8ba85c75-763b-4103-94eb-9470f12fe0f7}, Path: C:\Users\USERSXXXX\OneDrive – Compagny, HR=0x80040154
            2018-08-13T09:28:15 Information Is Interactive: True, Is UAC Enabled: True, Is Elevated: False
            2018-08-13T09:28:59 Information Is Interactive: True, Is UAC Enabled: True, Is Elevated: False
            2018-08-13T09:29:23 Information Testing Type: Native.IIconError, Path: C:\Users\USERSXXXX\OneDrive – Compagny
            2018-08-13T09:29:23 Information Testing CLSID: {bbacc218-34ea-4666-9d7a-c78f2274a524}, Path: C:\Users\USERSXXXX\OneDrive – Compagny, HR=0x0
            2018-08-13T09:29:23 Information Testing Type: Native.IIconUpToDate, Path: C:\Users\USERSXXXX\OneDrive – Compagny
            2018-08-13T09:29:23 Information Testing CLSID: {f241c880-6982-4ce5-8cf7-7085ba96da5a}, Path: C:\Users\USERSXXXX\OneDrive – Compagny, HR=0x0
            2018-08-13T09:29:23 Information Testing Type: Native.IIconReadOnly, Path: C:\Users\USERSXXXX\OneDrive – Compagny
            2018-08-13T09:29:23 Information Testing CLSID: {9aa2f32d-362a-42d9-9328-24a483e2ccc3}, Path: C:\Users\USERSXXXX\OneDrive – Compagny, HR=0x0
            2018-08-13T09:29:23 Information Testing Type: Native.IIconShared, Path: C:\Users\USERSXXXX\OneDrive – Compagny
            2018-08-13T09:29:23 Information Testing CLSID: {5ab7172c-9c11-405c-8dd5-af20f3606282}, Path: C:\Users\USERSXXXX\OneDrive – Compagny, HR=0x0
            2018-08-13T09:29:23 Information Testing Type: Native.IIconSharedSync, Path: C:\Users\USERSXXXX\OneDrive – Compagny
            2018-08-13T09:29:23 Information Testing CLSID: {a78ed123-ab77-406b-9962-2a5d9d2f7f30}, Path: C:\Users\USERSXXXX\OneDrive – Compagny, HR=0x0
            2018-08-13T09:29:23 Information Testing Type: Native.IIconSync, Path: C:\Users\USERSXXXX\OneDrive – Compagny
            2018-08-13T09:29:23 Information Testing CLSID: {a0396a93-dc06-4aef-bee9-95ffccaef20e}, Path: C:\Users\USERSXXXX\OneDrive – Compagny, HR=0x0
            2018-08-13T09:29:23 Information Testing Type: Native.IIconGrooveUpToDate, Path: C:\Users\USERSXXXX\OneDrive – Compagny
            2018-08-13T09:29:23 Information Testing CLSID: {e768cd3b-bddc-436d-9c13-e1b39ca257b1}, Path: C:\Users\USERSXXXX\OneDrive – Compagny, HR=0x80040154
            2018-08-13T09:29:23 Information Testing Type: Native.IIconGrooveSync, Path: C:\Users\USERSXXXX\OneDrive – Compagny
            2018-08-13T09:29:23 Information Testing CLSID: {cd55129a-b1a1-438e-a425-cebc7dc684ee}, Path: C:\Users\USERSXXXX\OneDrive – Compagny, HR=0x80040154
            2018-08-13T09:29:23 Information Testing Type: Native.IIconGrooveError, Path: C:\Users\USERSXXXX\OneDrive – Compagny
            2018-08-13T09:29:23 Information Testing CLSID: {8ba85c75-763b-4103-94eb-9470f12fe0f7}, Path: C:\Users\USERSXXXX\OneDrive – Compagny, HR=0x80040154
            2018-08-13T09:29:46 Information Is Interactive: True, Is UAC Enabled: True, Is Elevated: False
            2018-08-13T09:29:55 Information Is Interactive: True, Is UAC Enabled: True, Is Elevated: False
            2018-08-13T09:30:18 Information Is Interactive: True, Is UAC Enabled: True, Is Elevated: False
            2018-08-13T09:30:31 Information Testing Type: Native.IIconError, Path: C:\Users\USERSXXXX\OneDrive – Compagny
            2018-08-13T09:30:32 Information Testing CLSID: {bbacc218-34ea-4666-9d7a-c78f2274a524}, Path: C:\Users\USERSXXXX\OneDrive – Compagny, HR=0x0
            2018-08-13T09:30:32 Information Testing Type: Native.IIconUpToDate, Path: C:\Users\USERSXXXX\OneDrive – Compagny
            2018-08-13T09:30:32 Information Testing CLSID: {f241c880-6982-4ce5-8cf7-7085ba96da5a}, Path: C:\Users\USERSXXXX\OneDrive – Compagny, HR=0x0
            2018-08-13T09:30:32 Information Testing Type: Native.IIconReadOnly, Path: C:\Users\USERSXXXX\OneDrive – Compagny
            2018-08-13T09:30:32 Information Testing CLSID: {9aa2f32d-362a-42d9-9328-24a483e2ccc3}, Path: C:\Users\USERSXXXX\OneDrive – Compagny, HR=0x0
            2018-08-13T09:30:32 Information Testing Type: Native.IIconShared, Path: C:\Users\USERSXXXX\OneDrive – Compagny
            2018-08-13T09:30:32 Information Testing CLSID: {5ab7172c-9c11-405c-8dd5-af20f3606282}, Path: C:\Users\USERSXXXX\OneDrive – Compagny, HR=0x0
            2018-08-13T09:30:32 Information Testing Type: Native.IIconSharedSync, Path: C:\Users\USERSXXXX\OneDrive – Compagny
            2018-08-13T09:30:32 Information Testing CLSID: {a78ed123-ab77-406b-9962-2a5d9d2f7f30}, Path: C:\Users\USERSXXXX\OneDrive – Compagny, HR=0x0
            2018-08-13T09:30:32 Information Testing Type: Native.IIconSync, Path: C:\Users\USERSXXXX\OneDrive – Compagny
            2018-08-13T09:30:32 Information Testing CLSID: {a0396a93-dc06-4aef-bee9-95ffccaef20e}, Path: C:\Users\USERSXXXX\OneDrive – Compagny, HR=0x0
            2018-08-13T09:30:32 Information Testing Type: Native.IIconGrooveUpToDate, Path: C:\Users\USERSXXXX\OneDrive – Compagny
            2018-08-13T09:30:32 Information Testing CLSID: {e768cd3b-bddc-436d-9c13-e1b39ca257b1}, Path: C:\Users\USERSXXXX\OneDrive – Compagny, HR=0x80040154
            2018-08-13T09:30:32 Information Testing Type: Native.IIconGrooveSync, Path: C:\Users\USERSXXXX\OneDrive – Compagny
            2018-08-13T09:30:32 Information Testing CLSID: {cd55129a-b1a1-438e-a425-cebc7dc684ee}, Path: C:\Users\USERSXXXX\OneDrive – Compagny, HR=0x80040154
            2018-08-13T09:30:32 Information Testing Type: Native.IIconGrooveError, Path: C:\Users\USERSXXXX\OneDrive – Compagny
            2018-08-13T09:30:32 Information Testing CLSID: {8ba85c75-763b-4103-94eb-9470f12fe0f7}, Path: C:\Users\USERSXXXX\OneDrive – Compagny, HR=0x80040154
            2018-08-13T09:32:25 Information Testing Type: Native.IIconError, Path: C:\Users\USERSXXXX\OneDrive – Compagny
            2018-08-13T09:32:25 Information Testing CLSID: {bbacc218-34ea-4666-9d7a-c78f2274a524}, Path: C:\Users\USERSXXXX\OneDrive – Compagny, HR=0x0
            2018-08-13T09:32:25 Information Testing Type: Native.IIconUpToDate, Path: C:\Users\USERSXXXX\OneDrive – Compagny
            2018-08-13T09:32:25 Information Testing CLSID: {f241c880-6982-4ce5-8cf7-7085ba96da5a}, Path: C:\Users\USERSXXXX\OneDrive – Compagny, HR=0x0
            2018-08-13T09:32:25 Information Testing Type: Native.IIconReadOnly, Path: C:\Users\USERSXXXX\OneDrive – Compagny
            2018-08-13T09:32:25 Information Testing CLSID: {9aa2f32d-362a-42d9-9328-24a483e2ccc3}, Path: C:\Users\USERSXXXX\OneDrive – Compagny, HR=0x0
            2018-08-13T09:32:25 Information Testing Type: Native.IIconShared, Path: C:\Users\USERSXXXX\OneDrive – Compagny
            2018-08-13T09:32:25 Information Testing CLSID: {5ab7172c-9c11-405c-8dd5-af20f3606282}, Path: C:\Users\USERSXXXX\OneDrive – Compagny, HR=0x0
            2018-08-13T09:32:25 Information Testing Type: Native.IIconSharedSync, Path: C:\Users\USERSXXXX\OneDrive – Compagny
            2018-08-13T09:32:25 Information Testing CLSID: {a78ed123-ab77-406b-9962-2a5d9d2f7f30}, Path: C:\Users\USERSXXXX\OneDrive – Compagny, HR=0x0
            2018-08-13T09:32:25 Information Testing Type: Native.IIconSync, Path: C:\Users\USERSXXXX\OneDrive – Compagny
            2018-08-13T09:32:25 Information Testing CLSID: {a0396a93-dc06-4aef-bee9-95ffccaef20e}, Path: C:\Users\USERSXXXX\OneDrive – Compagny, HR=0x0
            2018-08-13T09:32:25 Information Testing Type: Native.IIconGrooveUpToDate, Path: C:\Users\USERSXXXX\OneDrive – Compagny
            2018-08-13T09:32:25 Information Testing CLSID: {e768cd3b-bddc-436d-9c13-e1b39ca257b1}, Path: C:\Users\USERSXXXX\OneDrive – Compagny, HR=0x80040154
            2018-08-13T09:32:25 Information Testing Type: Native.IIconGrooveSync, Path: C:\Users\USERSXXXX\OneDrive – Compagny
            2018-08-13T09:32:25 Information Testing CLSID: {cd55129a-b1a1-438e-a425-cebc7dc684ee}, Path: C:\Users\USERSXXXX\OneDrive – Compagny, HR=0x80040154
            2018-08-13T09:32:25 Information Testing Type: Native.IIconGrooveError, Path: C:\Users\USERSXXXX\OneDrive – Compagny
            2018-08-13T09:32:25 Information Testing CLSID: {8ba85c75-763b-4103-94eb-9470f12fe0f7}, Path: C:\Users\USERSXXXX\OneDrive – Compagny, HR=0x80040154
            2018-08-13T10:24:20 Information Testing Type: Native.IIconError, Path: C:\Users\USERSXXXX\OneDrive – Compagny
            2018-08-13T10:24:20 Information Testing CLSID: {bbacc218-34ea-4666-9d7a-c78f2274a524}, Path: C:\Users\USERSXXXX\OneDrive – Compagny, HR=0x0
            2018-08-13T10:24:20 Information Testing Type: Native.IIconUpToDate, Path: C:\Users\USERSXXXX\OneDrive – Compagny
            2018-08-13T10:24:20 Information Testing CLSID: {f241c880-6982-4ce5-8cf7-7085ba96da5a}, Path: C:\Users\USERSXXXX\OneDrive – Compagny, HR=0x0
            2018-08-13T10:24:20 Information Testing Type: Native.IIconReadOnly, Path: C:\Users\USERSXXXX\OneDrive – Compagny
            2018-08-13T10:24:20 Information Testing CLSID: {9aa2f32d-362a-42d9-9328-24a483e2ccc3}, Path: C:\Users\USERSXXXX\OneDrive – Compagny, HR=0x0
            2018-08-13T10:24:20 Information Testing Type: Native.IIconShared, Path: C:\Users\USERSXXXX\OneDrive – Compagny
            2018-08-13T10:24:20 Information Testing CLSID: {5ab7172c-9c11-405c-8dd5-af20f3606282}, Path: C:\Users\USERSXXXX\OneDrive – Compagny, HR=0x0
            2018-08-13T10:24:20 Information Testing Type: Native.IIconSharedSync, Path: C:\Users\USERSXXXX\OneDrive – Compagny
            2018-08-13T10:24:20 Information Testing CLSID: {a78ed123-ab77-406b-9962-2a5d9d2f7f30}, Path: C:\Users\USERSXXXX\OneDrive – Compagny, HR=0x0
            2018-08-13T10:24:20 Information Testing Type: Native.IIconSync, Path: C:\Users\USERSXXXX\OneDrive – Compagny
            2018-08-13T10:24:20 Information Testing CLSID: {a0396a93-dc06-4aef-bee9-95ffccaef20e}, Path: C:\Users\USERSXXXX\OneDrive – Compagny, HR=0x0
            2018-08-13T10:24:20 Information Testing Type: Native.IIconGrooveUpToDate, Path: C:\Users\USERSXXXX\OneDrive – Compagny
            2018-08-13T10:24:20 Information Testing CLSID: {e768cd3b-bddc-436d-9c13-e1b39ca257b1}, Path: C:\Users\USERSXXXX\OneDrive – Compagny, HR=0x80040154
            2018-08-13T10:24:20 Information Testing Type: Native.IIconGrooveSync, Path: C:\Users\USERSXXXX\OneDrive – Compagny
            2018-08-13T10:24:20 Information Testing CLSID: {cd55129a-b1a1-438e-a425-cebc7dc684ee}, Path: C:\Users\USERSXXXX\OneDrive – Compagny, HR=0x80040154
            2018-08-13T10:24:20 Information Testing Type: Native.IIconGrooveError, Path: C:\Users\USERSXXXX\OneDrive – Compagny
            2018-08-13T10:24:20 Information Testing CLSID: {8ba85c75-763b-4103-94eb-9470f12fe0f7}, Path: C:\Users\USERSXXXX\OneDrive – Compagny, HR=0x80040154
            :

          2. Hi Devi,

            You are indeed not running in elevated mode (which is the correct way). However you are passing path and type. What do you get if you run:
            Get-ODStatus
            Without parameter?

  20. Ed says:

    Hello Rodney,
    Thank you. I read all posts : run PowerShell with no admin right, current user OneDrive is running on my win 10…i launch :
    Unblock-File -Path “C:\temp\onedrivelib.dll”
    import-module “C:\temp\onedrivelib.dll”
    Get-ODStatus -ByPath $env:onedrive

    The result is that my business folder number is : Business2….not installed…
    if i use : -Type Business : idem…for my business OneDrive folder : Notinstalled.

    I get your onedrivelib for debug…where are put log please ?

    Thank you very much.

    PS : does with this lib, i can pause syncing ?

  21. Devi says:

    Output is NotInstalled(But my onedrive is upto date)

    Set-ExecutionPolicy -Scope CurrentUser -ExecutionPolicy ByPass -Force
    import-module “C:\users\fa_learn\OneDrive – Bakery\Desktop\OneDriveLib (1).dll”
    $env:USERNAME
    Get-ODStatus -Type Business -ByPath “C:\Users\$env:USERNAME\AppData\Local\Microsoft\OneDrive”

  22. Luc Bang says:

    Import-Module “C:\script\Bin\OneDriveLib.dll”
    $message = Get-ODStatus
    write-host $message.StatusString

  23. Duncan Cunningham says:

    Hello Rodney, thank you so much for this tool. We have about 1200 computers and we are trying our best to make sure everyone is using and have OneDrive active and ‘UpToDate’ each day.

    We have tested the tool and it works great. The next steps for us is to roll out this through PDQ deploy and track through PDQ inventory so that we can quickly see a list of machines/users needing attention so that we don’t have missed backups of files. We find that when we run the powershell locally we get correct results. When we trigger the command from, let’s say PDQ we end up with different results. We are trying to change some of the options to make it behave the same but we are struggling as of now. The files are all there in the correct order, placement and access as the command produces results (we have it create a file in a folder and the file is the result of the StatusString).

    any ideas would be welcome as to why we are getting differing results depending upon where and how we run the command.

    1. Recently I helped a government agency in another country and they created a local PowerShell script to update a SharePoint list based on the results. Some points:
      – Create a PowerShell function to add info to a SharePoint list (or a WCF service)
      – Run this script as a Windows Task making sure it is not in elevated privileges

  24. Jan G. says:

    Hi
    I’m missing something here. I can only import it via an elevated prompt but than you say you can only run it from a non-admin elevated prompt….The dll is unblocked etc …

    1. You should not have to be in elevated privileges to import the module. Can you elaborate on the exact issue you are facing?

  25. Matt G says:

    Hi Rodney, I’ve read through this entire blog entry including the comments and it seems we are also running into the issue that many others have experienced. We have verified the check list of requirements – unblock the dll, run as user, run as non elevated, run as interactive. Here are the results we get. I have removed some of the company data. We are seeing this on Win7 and Win10 machines with Office 2013 and O365. Anything else we can try ?

    PS C:\Users\testuser> whoami
    DOMAIN\testuser
    PS C:\Users\testuser> [bool](([System.Security.Principal.WindowsIdentity]::GetCurrent()).groups -match “S-1-5-32-544”)
    False
    PS C:\Users\testuser> [Environment]::UserInteractive
    True
    PS C:\Users\testuser> Import-Module “C:\WINDOWS\System32\OneDriveLib.dll”
    PS C:\Users\testuser> Get-ODStatus

    StatusString : NotInstalled
    LocalPath : C:\Users\testuser\OneDrive – [NAME REMOVED]
    UserSID : S-1-5-21-[REMOVED]
    UserName : DOMAIN\testuser
    ServiceType : Business1

      1. Matt G says:

        Thanks for the reply. We have discovered that the issue on Windows 7 appears to be related to the context we use to run the script in our endpoint management tool. When the user is a non-admin, it works, when the user is an admin, it returns NotInstalled. The workaround is to create a scheduled task to run the script as the user and write the value to a reg key, then gather that reg key into our endpoint management tool.

        On the Windows 10 side, it appears that the issue is with FilesOnDemand. This is posted as an issue on Github — https://github.com/rodneyviana/ODSyncService/issues/3

        When we disable FilesOnDemand it appears that the script works. Is there any way to have Get-ODStatus work when FilesOnDemand are enabled? We would like to use this feature for our Windows 10 boxes.

        1. I believe I found the correct guid for On Demand: 4E77131D-3629-431c-9818-C5679DC83E81

          To be sure, can you run the script below and show me the results?
          ln -s HKLM:\SOFTWARE\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\Explorer\SyncRootManager\

          1. Matt G says:

            Is this the full script? I’m not seeing that work.

          2. Matt G says:

            Hi Rodney, any updates on what data we can provide to help you fix this?

          3. Hi Matt,

            See the video just added with step-by-step instructions. If it does not resolve, you will need to open a support case as you may have a special case related to customization that needs deeper investigation.

          4. Matt G says:

            Hi Rodney – which video is related to Get-ODStatus? I only see one you uploaded in regards to Sharepoint.

          5. Sorry, I thought you were referring to the Workflow problem.

      2. Matt G says:

        Here is the log from the Windows 10 box:

        2018-09-27T19:39:11 Information Testing Type: Native.IIconError, Path: C:\Users\testmfa\OneDrive – [NAME REMOVED]
        2018-09-27T19:39:12 Information Testing CLSID: {bbacc218-34ea-4666-9d7a-c78f2274a524}, Path: C:\Users\testmfa\OneDrive – [NAME REMOVED], HR=0x0
        2018-09-27T19:39:12 Information Testing Type: Native.IIconUpToDate, Path: C:\Users\testmfa\OneDrive – [NAME REMOVED]
        2018-09-27T19:39:12 Information Testing CLSID: {f241c880-6982-4ce5-8cf7-7085ba96da5a}, Path: C:\Users\testmfa\OneDrive – [NAME REMOVED], HR=0x0
        2018-09-27T19:39:12 Information Testing Type: Native.IIconReadOnly, Path: C:\Users\testmfa\OneDrive – [NAME REMOVED]
        2018-09-27T19:39:12 Information Testing CLSID: {9aa2f32d-362a-42d9-9328-24a483e2ccc3}, Path: C:\Users\testmfa\OneDrive – [NAME REMOVED], HR=0x0
        2018-09-27T19:39:12 Information Testing Type: Native.IIconShared, Path: C:\Users\testmfa\OneDrive – [NAME REMOVED]
        2018-09-27T19:39:12 Information Testing CLSID: {5ab7172c-9c11-405c-8dd5-af20f3606282}, Path: C:\Users\testmfa\OneDrive – [NAME REMOVED], HR=0x0
        2018-09-27T19:39:12 Information Testing Type: Native.IIconSharedSync, Path: C:\Users\testmfa\OneDrive – [NAME REMOVED]
        2018-09-27T19:39:12 Information Testing CLSID: {a78ed123-ab77-406b-9962-2a5d9d2f7f30}, Path: C:\Users\testmfa\OneDrive – [NAME REMOVED], HR=0x0
        2018-09-27T19:39:12 Information Testing Type: Native.IIconSync, Path: C:\Users\testmfa\OneDrive – [NAME REMOVED]
        2018-09-27T19:39:12 Information Testing CLSID: {a0396a93-dc06-4aef-bee9-95ffccaef20e}, Path: C:\Users\testmfa\OneDrive – [NAME REMOVED], HR=0x0
        2018-09-27T19:39:12 Information Testing Type: Native.IIconGrooveUpToDate, Path: C:\Users\testmfa\OneDrive – [NAME REMOVED]
        2018-09-27T19:39:12 Information Testing CLSID: {e768cd3b-bddc-436d-9c13-e1b39ca257b1}, Path: C:\Users\testmfa\OneDrive – [NAME REMOVED], HR=0x80040154
        2018-09-27T19:39:12 Information Testing Type: Native.IIconGrooveSync, Path: C:\Users\testmfa\OneDrive – [NAME REMOVED]
        2018-09-27T19:39:12 Information Testing CLSID: {cd55129a-b1a1-438e-a425-cebc7dc684ee}, Path: C:\Users\testmfa\OneDrive – [NAME REMOVED], HR=0x80040154
        2018-09-27T19:39:12 Information Testing Type: Native.IIconGrooveError, Path: C:\Users\testmfa\OneDrive – [NAME REMOVED]
        2018-09-27T19:39:12 Information Testing CLSID: {8ba85c75-763b-4103-94eb-9470f12fe0f7}, Path: C:\Users\testmfa\OneDrive – [NAME REMOVED], HR=0x80040154

          1. Matt G says:

            That is all that is returned. I just ran the debug on my Win10 box with FilesOnDemand disabled and this is what it returns in the log file.

            2018-10-17T21:51:47 Information Testing Type: Native.IIconError, Path: c:\users\[USERNAME]\OneDrive – [NAME REMOVED]
            2018-10-17T21:51:48 Information Testing CLSID: {bbacc218-34ea-4666-9d7a-c78f2274a524}, Path: c:\users\[USERNAME]\OneDrive – [NAME REMOVED], HR=0x0
            2018-10-17T21:51:48 Information Testing Type: Native.IIconUpToDate, Path: c:\users\[USERNAME]\OneDrive – [NAME REMOVED]
            2018-10-17T21:51:48 Information Testing CLSID: {f241c880-6982-4ce5-8cf7-7085ba96da5a}, Path: c:\users\[USERNAME]\OneDrive – [NAME REMOVED], HR=0x0
            2018-10-17T21:51:48 Information Testing Type: Native.IIconReadOnly, Path: c:\users\[USERNAME]\OneDrive – [NAME REMOVED]
            2018-10-17T21:51:48 Information Testing CLSID: {9aa2f32d-362a-42d9-9328-24a483e2ccc3}, Path: c:\users\[USERNAME]\OneDrive – [NAME REMOVED], HR=0x0
            2018-10-17T21:51:48 Information Testing Type: Native.IIconShared, Path: c:\users\[USERNAME]\OneDrive – [NAME REMOVED]
            2018-10-17T21:51:48 Information Testing CLSID: {5ab7172c-9c11-405c-8dd5-af20f3606282}, Path: c:\users\[USERNAME]\OneDrive – [NAME REMOVED], HR=0x0
            2018-10-17T21:51:48 Information Testing Type: Native.IIconSharedSync, Path: c:\users\[USERNAME]\OneDrive – [NAME REMOVED]
            2018-10-17T21:51:48 Information Testing CLSID: {a78ed123-ab77-406b-9962-2a5d9d2f7f30}, Path: c:\users\[USERNAME]\OneDrive – [NAME REMOVED], HR=0x0
            2018-10-17T21:51:48 Information Testing Type: Native.IIconSync, Path: c:\users\[USERNAME]\OneDrive – [NAME REMOVED]
            2018-10-17T21:51:48 Information Testing CLSID: {a0396a93-dc06-4aef-bee9-95ffccaef20e}, Path: c:\users\[USERNAME]\OneDrive – [NAME REMOVED], HR=0x0
            2018-10-17T21:51:48 Information Testing Type: Native.IIconGrooveUpToDate, Path: c:\users\[USERNAME]\OneDrive – [NAME REMOVED]
            2018-10-17T21:51:48 Information Testing CLSID: {e768cd3b-bddc-436d-9c13-e1b39ca257b1}, Path: c:\users\[USERNAME]\OneDrive – [NAME REMOVED], HR=0x80040154
            2018-10-17T21:51:48 Information Testing Type: Native.IIconGrooveSync, Path: c:\users\[USERNAME]\OneDrive – [NAME REMOVED]
            2018-10-17T21:51:48 Information Testing CLSID: {cd55129a-b1a1-438e-a425-cebc7dc684ee}, Path: c:\users\[USERNAME]\OneDrive – [NAME REMOVED], HR=0x80040154
            2018-10-17T21:51:48 Information Testing Type: Native.IIconGrooveError, Path: c:\users\[USERNAME]\OneDrive – [NAME REMOVED]
            2018-10-17T21:51:48 Information Testing CLSID: {8ba85c75-763b-4103-94eb-9470f12fe0f7}, Path: c:\users\[USERNAME]\OneDrive – [NAME REMOVED], HR=0x80040154
            2018-10-17T21:53:46 Information Testing Type: Native.IIconError, Path: c:\users\[USERNAME]\OneDrive – [NAME REMOVED]
            2018-10-17T21:53:46 Information Testing CLSID: {bbacc218-34ea-4666-9d7a-c78f2274a524}, Path: c:\users\[USERNAME]\OneDrive – [NAME REMOVED], HR=0x0
            2018-10-17T21:53:46 Information Testing Type: Native.IIconUpToDate, Path: c:\users\[USERNAME]\OneDrive – [NAME REMOVED]
            2018-10-17T21:53:46 Information Testing CLSID: {f241c880-6982-4ce5-8cf7-7085ba96da5a}, Path: c:\users\[USERNAME]\OneDrive – [NAME REMOVED], HR=0x0
            2018-10-17T21:53:46 Information Testing Type: Native.IIconReadOnly, Path: c:\users\[USERNAME]\OneDrive – [NAME REMOVED]
            2018-10-17T21:53:46 Information Testing CLSID: {9aa2f32d-362a-42d9-9328-24a483e2ccc3}, Path: c:\users\[USERNAME]\OneDrive – [NAME REMOVED], HR=0x0
            2018-10-17T21:53:46 Information Testing Type: Native.IIconShared, Path: c:\users\[USERNAME]\OneDrive – [NAME REMOVED]
            2018-10-17T21:53:46 Information Testing CLSID: {5ab7172c-9c11-405c-8dd5-af20f3606282}, Path: c:\users\[USERNAME]\OneDrive – [NAME REMOVED], HR=0x0
            2018-10-17T21:53:46 Information Testing Type: Native.IIconSharedSync, Path: c:\users\[USERNAME]\OneDrive – [NAME REMOVED]
            2018-10-17T21:53:46 Information Testing CLSID: {a78ed123-ab77-406b-9962-2a5d9d2f7f30}, Path: c:\users\[USERNAME]\OneDrive – [NAME REMOVED], HR=0x0
            2018-10-17T21:53:46 Information Testing Type: Native.IIconSync, Path: c:\users\[USERNAME]\OneDrive – [NAME REMOVED]
            2018-10-17T21:53:46 Information Testing CLSID: {a0396a93-dc06-4aef-bee9-95ffccaef20e}, Path: c:\users\[USERNAME]\OneDrive – [NAME REMOVED], HR=0x0
            2018-10-17T21:53:46 Information Testing Type: Native.IIconGrooveUpToDate, Path: c:\users\[USERNAME]\OneDrive – [NAME REMOVED]
            2018-10-17T21:53:46 Information Testing CLSID: {e768cd3b-bddc-436d-9c13-e1b39ca257b1}, Path: c:\users\[USERNAME]\OneDrive – [NAME REMOVED], HR=0x80040154
            2018-10-17T21:53:46 Information Testing Type: Native.IIconGrooveSync, Path: c:\users\[USERNAME]\OneDrive – [NAME REMOVED]
            2018-10-17T21:53:46 Information Testing CLSID: {cd55129a-b1a1-438e-a425-cebc7dc684ee}, Path: c:\users\[USERNAME]\OneDrive – [NAME REMOVED], HR=0x80040154
            2018-10-17T21:53:46 Information Testing Type: Native.IIconGrooveError, Path: c:\users\[USERNAME]\OneDrive – [NAME REMOVED]
            2018-10-17T21:53:46 Information Testing CLSID: {8ba85c75-763b-4103-94eb-9470f12fe0f7}, Path: c:\users\[USERNAME]\OneDrive – [NAME REMOVED], HR=0x80040154

          2. The first line should look like:
            2018-02-06T20:17:22 Information Is Interactive: True, Is UAC Enabled: True, Is Elevated: False

            I see that I misspelled the command to show the keys. It is (make sure you do not run as administrator):
            ls -s HKLM:\SOFTWARE\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\Explorer\SyncRootManager\

          3. Matt G says:

            Results of that command on Windows 10 with FilesOnDemand enabled:

            Hive: HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\Explorer\SyncRootManager

            Name Property
            —- ——–
            OneDrive!S-1-5-21-2811813153-2 DisplayNameResource : OneDrive – [NAME REMOVED]
            371268842-3616868967-72322!Bus IconResource : C:\Users\[USERNAME]\AppData\Local\Microsoft\OneDrive\OneDrive.exe,-501
            iness1|182a801485744f7c8d41db1 Flags : 354
            504346328 Handler : {71DCE5D6-4B57-496B-AC21-CD5B54EB93FD}
            BannerNotificationHandler : {2e7c0a19-0438-41e9-81e3-3ad3d64f55ba}
            CustomStateHandler : {389510b7-9e58-40d7-98bf-60b911cb0ea9}
            ThumbnailProvider : {021E4F06-9DCC-49AD-88CF-ECC2DA314C8A}
            UriHandler : {9489FEB2-1925-4D01-B788-6D912C70F7F2}

            Hive: HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\Explorer\SyncRootManager\OneDrive!S-1-5-21-2811813153-2371268842-3616868967-72322!Business1|182a801485744f7c8
            d41db1504346328

            Name Property
            —- ——–
            UserSyncRoots S-1-5-21-2811813153-2371268842-3616868967-72322 : C:\Users\[USERNAME]\OneDrive – [NAME REMOVED]

          4. Seems correct. If it is not working, it is something environmental and it is not possible to identify with these logs/information.

  26. Kumaran says:

    Hi ,

    What does the statustring :SharedSync means ? Can someone please explain

  27. John says:

    Thanks for a great tool to monitor OneDrive status. I’ve been using it to log computers having trouble with OneDrive, giving one of the error codes. But for some reason it comes back with status: NotInstalled on clients where the user is local admin. I have been testing it on my client, and although my OneDrive is ok, and I don’t run an elevated PS promt (although my user is local admin)…I get status NotInstalled. How can this be avoided ?

    1. See on previous comments how to get the debug version. Use the debug version in the very same condition you use the regular version and post it here.

    2. Matt G says:

      We have noticed that the status is NotInstalled when we have FilesOnDamand enabled in Win10 1709 or higher. Is this the same in your environment?

      1. John says:

        Matt G –> yes, same here with Windows 1803. But problem is not constant. On another client where I also have local admin, I get status UpToDate, with ‘Files on Demand’ on.

        1. Steve L says:

          I’m seeing same issue on 2 different PCs/tenants. Both W10 1803 with File On-Demand selected. One was saying SharedSync (whatever that means) and after toggling File On-Demand they both now say UpToDate with FOD off and NotInstalled with FOD on. Would love to use this tool until MS delivers something at the tenant level but sadly cannot with my experience thus far.

      2. SteveL65 says:

        Seeing the same behavior on two different Win10 1803 PCs in two different tenants with FilesOnDemand enabled. With it enabled it will say NotInstalled and if disabled it will say UpToDate. Although on the one PC with FOD enabled it initially said SharedSync (whatever that means…would like to know) but after toggling FOD off and on it will now say UpToDate if off and NotInstalled if on. Would really like to use this tool as MS offers no visibility into sync status at the tenant level but unable to at the moment because we would like to use FOD.

  28. BasVerhelst says:

    Hi,

    I’ve unblocked the file and opened Powershell as normal but im still getting this error.
    Import-Module : The specified module ‘OneDriveLib.dll’ was not loaded because no valid module file was found in any mod
    ule directory.
    At line:1 char:1
    + Import-Module OneDriveLib.dll
    + ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
    + CategoryInfo : ResourceUnavailable: (OneDriveLib.dll:String) [Import-Module], FileNotFoundException
    + FullyQualifiedErrorId : Modules_ModuleNotFound,Microsoft.PowerShell.Commands.ImportModuleCommand

  29. Yohann.T says:

    Hi,
    The Get-ODStatus command does not work properly for me.
    On a computer, the status is ERROR while the OneDrive client does not display any anomalies. On another computer, the result of the command is NotInstalled while the OneDrive client is properly installed.
    That’ s too bad because the command seemed to be very practical.

    1. See all the notes of the requirements of not running in elevated privileges and running in interactive mode. Also make sure you unblock the component.

    2. Exact same issue. according to me it has nothing to do with unblocking the DLL or other prereqs.
      Command is/was working on most cmputers and XenApp sessions, but the last couple of days we have a lot more false positive returns of the dll. Maybe because MS has released a new version in the enterprise ring since 22/11.

  30. Jameel Syed says:

    What dependencies could I be missing? Not about to Import-Module

    Import-Module : Could not load file or assembly ‘file:///C:\ODStatus\OneDriveLib.dll’ or one of its dependencies. Operation is not supported. (Exception from HRESULT: 0x80131515)

    This is on Windows 10.

    1. You need to unblock the DLL before use it. Use Windows Explorer and right-click on DLL and unblocked it.

      1. Jameel Syed says:

        I did unblock it. It is still complaining of dependencies. Do I need to install anything else?

  31. rzeisler says:

    There is a bug regarding the reported status in StatusString when Files-on-Demand is enabled. The incorrect status is reported when Files-on-Demand is enabled. The issue was raised in March 2018 at https://github.com/rodneyviana/ODSyncService/issues/3

  32. Akhilnair says:

    Hi
    I’m uploading a large file to onedrive and I want to check whether is in progress.Is there any cmdlets which helps to get the upload status?

  33. Breck-Jeff says:

    What does the return status mean? Syncing? SharedSync? NotInstalled?

    Which status translates to “all is working, good to go” and which ones mean “there’s a problem”?

    I thought this Get-ODStatus sounded really good, but I’ve deployed it to many machines and get a status, but I don’t know what the status means. Where can I find a description of each status? So far I only see Syncing, SharedSync, and NotInstalled. I believe “NotInstalled” means “not logged into OneDrive” as I’m only looking at machines with OneDrive.exe. My personal machine shows “SharedSync” and it’s up to date, so I’m translating SharedSync as “up-to-date”. I haven’t yet looked at a machine with a “Syncing” status, but wonder if they might have an issue if they’re stuck in that status?

    1. UoToDate is the status you are looking for. It may be on different status temporarily but you should aim at UpToDate

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