Mapping my SharePoint as a network drive on my PC

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I'm having a similar issues using the following script:

net use t: "https://tenant.sharepoint.com/MediaScreen/"
del t:\*.* /q
copy "S:\Media Screens\Current\*.*" t:\
net use t: /delete

Immediately after the net use I get "System error 224 has occurred."

 

We have actually added tenant.sharepoint.com to the "Local Intranet" and "Trusted Sites" in IE and set this as a group policy so all users should be the same. The users are auto logging in when they access via the browser.

What other options to we have to make this work consistently?

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Hi MarcRohde,

Please perform the following steps to check the outcome:

1. Open IE -> Go to ‘Internet Options’ > Select ‘Security’ tab -> Select ‘Internet’ Zone > UnCheck the box for ‘Enable Protected Mode’

2. Add https://*.sharepoint.com to list of Trusted Sites > Open https://tenant.sharepoint.com via Internet Explorer and select Keep me signed in before entering your credentials > After credentials are entered and you are successfully logged in to the site via IE, then try it again.


For more information:
Map Network Drive / WebDav with SharePoint Online O365

Regards,
Linda

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