OneDrive for Business

Modified:2017-03-03

As part of the Microsoft EES benefits, eligible users can use OneDrive for Business, which is an online storage service offered by Microsoft.

Eligible users: students, faculty and staff holding an @u or @un email address.
Note that those who left the university after concluding employment or after graduation cannot use the license.

Overview of OneDrive for Business
Preparation
How to Use

Overview of OneDrive for Business

OneDrive for Business is one of the online storage services (services that provide space for storing data and files on the Internet) provided by Microsoft. Users can place up to 1 TB of data and files in their own space (library) on the Internet. It is useful for exchanging files between home and university devices, and for backing up files. It may also be used to share files with others. For detailed functions please refer to the following web page.

Reference: OneDrive for Business Help

Preparation

Registration with Microsoft (signing up)

To use OneDrive for Business, you need to sign up (register) for an account. To sign up, you must have an email address that contains @u.tsukuba.ac.jp (faculty and students) or @un.tsukuba.ac.jp (staff). See Microsoft Office (for private use) page for detail on how to sign up.

How to Use

Using with Web Brouser

To access your OneDrive for Business library on the Internet, sign in at:

In either case, sign in with your @u or @un address and the password which you set in the registration with Microsoft described above (note that the password is different from the password used for the unified authentication).

Using with OneDrive App

With the OneDrive app, it is possible to synchronize a local folder on your device to the OneDrive for Business library on the Internet. You can get the app from the OneDrive site. In Windows 10 and Windows 8.1 the OneDrive app is already installed from the beginning.

When you launch the OneDrive app, first you will be requested to sign in. Sign in with your @u or @un address and the password which you set in the registration with Microsoft described above (note that the password is different from the password used for the unified authentication).

Contact

# We do not support the operation and usage of this software.
Reference: OneDrive for Business Help

[Confirmed consistency at 2017-03-03T16:43 with the Japanese version 2017-02-17]