Disabling OneDrive within Teams Cloud Storage
I would like to be able to disable OneDrive within our Teams Cloud storage options. We do not use OneDrive and its confusing having another storage application we don't use.
We are using Egnyte and need to disable one Drive and SharePoint for file storage.
Pistle Jumbo commented
If you've already have your own cloud storage service that you trust, you may be inclined to disable OneDrive. We say disable, because since OneDrive is a built-in application you can't actually uninstall it; however, disabling the app will cause it to no longer function as if you had uninstalled it.
We also use Box exclusively and would like to remove OneDrive from Teams.
Agreed and yes, is this possible?
Marvin Hazell commented
I'm now facing this where Compliance team is driving at me to figure out a way to disable one drive and sharepoint for Teams. Great to communicate with but then files become exposed when shared. Would be nice to disable web/mobile use just like we do with Exchange.
Ausaf Ahmad commented
I would like to add the feature to disable OneDrive and Sharepoint access on Teams. It is preferable to have this option per user basis.
We also require this feature to disable or restrict OneDrive under cloud storage within Teams Client. I have got a response from Microsoft today that this cannot be done.
It will be good to have the option to disable onedrive via Teams Admin Center.
Shawn Deines commented
This is frustrating as we end up with multiple copies of the files living across OneDrive and Sharepoint libraries and Teams libraries. I would like to choose a non-Microsoft solution to fit in here.
Jilani Hakam commented
we have been using BOX for a while and now we want to adopt Microsoft teams. but we dont want onedrive as another file storage solution and continue using BOX integrated with Teams. Any luck on how to disable ondrive in Ms teams?
Being able to disable OneDrive and Sharepoint just for Teams would be a great option. We already have all of our users on another solution and not having access to these products that they aren't already using will confuse them
Manish Hira commented
Same here. It's confusing as heck for end users and will break our compliance policies if people just save to OneDrive and SharePoint online
Agreed. We use Box exclusively and would like to remove OneDrive from Teams.