Added Microsoft OneDrive integration for d7x Reports storage (see the d7x Config > Reports > OneDrive Integration tab.)
Please see the manual (at the link above) for all considerations prior to using this functionality. OneDrive integration was added as a convenience to those who would rather use it over Google Drive, but we would like to recommend that most people should consider Google Drive integration instead, for several reasons (particularly if you have multiple technicians using d7x, or if you are especially concerned with privacy/security.) Again, see the manual linked to above.
Also note that there is no rush to integrate apps storage on OneDrive due to its restrictive anti-virus scanner, more on that in the manual at the link above.
This post updated to add v22.1.17 notes, which I didn’t think were significant enough to blast another blog post about:
Added option to “Use Azure AD Endpoint” when you Sign into OneDrive in d7x Config on the Reports > OneDrive Integration tab, with the intention of supporting all OneDrive account types. Otherwise, the default method is to use the Azure AD v2.0 Endpoint which works for personal OneDrive accounts, but according to some documentation does not allow OneDrive for Business account authorizations. If you don’t know your account type, then simply try this setting only if the standard sign in/authentication fails for some reason, but keep in mind we haven’t been able to test it with a OneDrive for Business account. If you know you have such an account, and you’ve tried either login method, please let us know what works and what doesn’t!
v22.214.171.124 – Added options on d7x Config > Session > Start Session tab to upload reports to Google Drive, OneDrive, and FTP server after generation.