FAQ's for OneDrive
General SaaS Apps FAQ's
Refer to the following topic for FAQ's related to SaaS Apps.
How do I configure inSync to protect OneDrive data?
Refer to the following topic for details about how to configure inSync to protect OneDrive data:
How to bulk import users from Microsoft 365 for OneDrive?
You can bulk import users from Microsoft 365 for OneDrive using the CSV import option. Refer to the following topic to learn about the procedure to bulk import Active Directory (AD) users to inSync from Microsoft Microsoft 365 for OneDrive backup.
How to backup OneDrive data?
As an inSync Cloud administrator, you can schedule automatic backups or manually backup OneDrive data. To learn more, refer to the following topic:
What data of OneDrive can inSync backup?
You can backup the following OneDrive data:
User's private files and folders
To learn more, see Introduction to inSync for OneDrive.
How to restore OneDrive data?
An inSync Cloud administrator can restore data using the inSync Management Console. An inSync end user can restore data using the inSync Web.
To learn more, see Restore OneDrive data.
Data Governance and Legal Hold FAQ's
Which Data Governance tasks can an inSync Cloud administrator perform?
As an inSync Cloud administrator, you can perform the following tasks pertaining to Data Governance:
- Analyze current and future trends about the types of data that your users are backing up
- Search any file on Microsoft 365 app. See Enterprise search for backed up data
- Track the activities of inSync users and administrators
To learn more about inSync Data Governance, see Data Governance.
How to analyze OneDrive users' data using eDiscovery tools?
As an inSync Cloud administrator, you can place legal holds on OneDrive data of Microsoft 365 app, thereby reducing the amount of time that IT personnel spend manually collecting and managing data. You can then access the user's legal hold data from Microsoft 365 by using WebDAV.
To learn more, see Legal Hold.