Last updated: May 2017 This article is for IT admins managing the One Drive sync client in a Windows Server enterprise environment that uses Active Directory Domain Services.
This will install the traditional Office suite, which is recognized by other applications.
Note: If you're not an IT admin, see Get started with the new One Drive sync client in Windows for info about One Drive sync settings.
For info about using the One Drive admin center to control sync settings in your organization, see One Drive admin center.
Please reboot the system and rerun the installation.” I rebooted the server and then tried to install the client again, but the same error would appear.
I found that there was a registry entry that was giving me grief with the install, and here are the instructions that I used to fix the problem.
To administer One Drive with Group Policy, first download the One Drive Deployment Package and add the One and One files to your Group Policy central store.