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This article describes how to set up and sync your files on your computer with OneDrive. With OneDrive you can sync your files from any of your devices or access them from OneDrive.com. You can work on your synced files directly on your File Explorer and access them offline. When you go back online any changes made will sync.
This article describes steps to take if you experience any error codes while using OneDrive Sync.
This article describes how to access OneDrive with your UNH account.
You use your display name whenever you sign in to your account. You'll also see it on any Windows 10 devices that you've signed into with your Microsoft Account, and it's the name people see when you send emails or participate in an Outlook.com group. This name may differ from your local account's display name.
This article describes how to view, edit, and remove shared content in your OneDrive. The Shared (OneDrive for home) or Shared with me (OneDrive for work or school) view shows you files that others have shared with you. After someone shares a file with you, that file will automatically appear in the Shared or Shared with Me list.
Resetting Microsoft OneDrive can sometimes resolve sync issues and resets all OneDrive settings. OneDrive will perform a full sync after the reset.

You won't lose any data by resetting or uninstalling OneDrive.
This article lists FAQs for the Microsoft Services Update on April 9 & 10 that will impact all Granite State College and UNH students, faculty and staff.