How to Set Up OneDrive

Adding OneDrive to Your Computer

If you have no accounts signed in to OneDrive, please complete the following steps: 

  1. Select the Start button on your Windows computer and search for “OneDrive”. Once you locate OneDrive, select to open. 

    In Windows 10, select the OneDrive desktop app.
    Screenshot of searching for the OneDrive desktop app in Windows 10

    In Windows 7, under Programs, select Microsoft OneDrive.
    Screenshot of searching for the OneDrive desktop app in Windows 7
  2. When the OneDrive setup window appears, enter your UNR email and then select Sign in
    Screenshot of the first screen of OneDrive Setup
  3. Follow the remaining prompts to complete setup. Note; On the This is your OneDrive folder screen, select Next to accept the default folder location for your OneDrive files. If you want to change the folder location, select Change location - this is the best time to make this change.

Adding an Account to OneDrive

If you already have an account signed in to OneDrive, and you would like to add an additional account, please refer to the following steps:

  1. Select the white or blue OneDrive cloud icon in the Windows taskbar notification area.
    OneDrive SyncClient with blue cloud and white cloud icons

  2. Select Help & Settings
    Screenshot of getting to OneDrive Settings

    You may need to click the Show hidden icons arrow next to the notification area to see the OneDrive icon. If the icon doesn't appear in the notification area, OneDrive may not be running. Click Start, type OneDrive in the search box, and then click OneDrive in the search results

  3. In Settings, select Account, and then select Add an account.
    OneDrive add account dialog

  4. When OneDrive Setup starts, enter the email address of the account you'd like to add, and then select Sign in.
    Screenshot of the first screen of OneDrive Setup


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