Hide, Remove, or Disable Shared Libraries in OneDrive
I have hidden a SharePoint Library, however it can be viewed on the Shared Libraries section of OneDrive. How do I disable this? The hidden library should not be viewed by users at all. Ale so, the default SharePoint view set to show no items in the library is not what shows when the library is accessed from OneDrive. All files can be viewed in OneDrive which should not be the case. I will accept any workaround anyone may have, but there should be uniformity in how files and data are configured across applications.
Dren Begaj commented
My users are accessing Shared Libraries via OneDrive (10,000 user organisation with very low technical skills) and confuse OneDrive files with shared files. On top of this, they keep creating folders in shared libraries that they can't access from Teams. We need to have the option to remove the Shared Libraries section from OneDrive interface.
Helen Maggs commented
It is amazing that there are so many security settings to allow you not to open up files unless you are connected to a specific network but you cant add a setting on a document library to hide it from one drive (similar to hiding it from the search results which is on there already)
We have the Same Issue in Our Organization, The fact that Teams Connected Shared libraries show in this section allows users to see options that breaks the Teams Functionality
This is also an issue in our organisation. The Shared Libraries section is confusing to users and gevis them options than can break the libraries connection to Teams.
If the users are given access from "Onedrive-Shared Libraries" then it creates a administrator mayhem to restrict users from uploading a document with metadata. Although we can restrict the user from creating a folder, disabling sync from the SharePoint site. They will still have an option to upload documents to the same libraries through "Onedrive-Shared Libraries". This contradicts the recommendation of moving to a flat-file structure.
please do it