A question which I get asked quite frequently is whether OneDrive for Business can be blocked, locked down, or restricted. Whatever your reasons for doing this, there are some things you can do to restrict access.
As a little bit of background information, OneDrive for Business is not the same as your personal OneDrive, and is essentially your own private SharePoint library. If you have no plans to use SharePoint Online, then the easiest way to block access to OneDrive for Business is to simply remove the SharePoint Online license from the users in question. This is done in the sub menu of the licensing options for a user and can be applied on a per user basis.
Another thing you can do is to hide the OneDrive button from the portal. This is done under the SharePoint Admin section of the Office 365 portal, under the Settings Tab. This…
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