As an enterprise administrator, I want to deploy OneDrive with absolutely ZERO user interaction.
Following https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/onedrive/use-group-policy?redirectSourcePath=%252fen-us%252farticle%252fUse-Group-Policy-to-control-OneDrive-sync-client-settings-0ecb2cf5-8882-42b3-a6e9-be6bda30899c we are able to setup OneDrive for our corporate users without them having to enter anything, when combined with odopen://sync/?useremail=youruseremail@<mySSOdomain>.com which will SSO the user into OneDrive. However the user still receives a window where they have to hit 3 buttons -"Sign-in”, “Next”, “Open my OneDrive…”.
As an Enterprise deployment, I would like to avoid prompting the users for anything. I understand this is probably expected behavior, but it is not in line with Microsoft practices of supporting completely silent installation and configuration so users get no prompts. Thus I am looking for a workaround to this undesirable behavior. If there are specific reg keys, or settings files I can include in my SCCM job, I’m happy to include them.
Brian Ladd commented
I agree completely. I've been trying to figure out some way to make the "silent" process actually silent.