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Learn how to set OneDrive Quotas with PowerShell – SID-500.COM


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On this weblog publish I’ll present you how you can set OneDrive quotas with PowerShell. I’d say right here we go!

First, let’s hook up with SharePoint On-line. Ensure you enter the proper URL and the proper person account.

Set up-Module -Identify Microsoft.On-line.SharePoint.PowerShell -Pressure -AllowClobber
$cred = Get-Credential -Credential patrick@m365ps2022.onmicrosoft.com
Join-SPOService -Url https://m365ps2022-admin.sharepoint.com -Credential $cred

Subsequent, we have to determine the URLs.

# Discover out all OneDrive URLs  
$LogFile = [Environment]::GetFolderPath("Desktop") + "OneDriveSites.log"
Get-SPOSite -IncludePersonalSite $true -Restrict all -Filter "Url -like '-my.sharepoint.com/private/'" | 
Choose-Object -ExpandProperty Url | Tee-object -FilePath $LogFile
Write-Host "File saved as $($LogFile)."

As soon as we now have the URL, we will use it to set quotas.

# Configure OneDrive Quota per Consumer
$OneDriveSite = "https://m365ps2022-my.sharepoint.com/private/f_bizeps_m365ps2022_onmicrosoft_com" 
$OneDriveStorageQuota = "2097152" # MB
$OneDriveStorageQuotaWarningLevel = "1000000" # MB
Set-SPOSite -Identification $OneDriveSite -StorageQuota $OneDriveStorageQuota -StorageQuotaWarningLevel $OneDriveStorageQuotaWarningLevel 
Write-Host "Achieved"

That’s it. Now we have set a OneDrive quota for a person.

However now we’re attending to the actual deal. With the file generated above, we will set quotas for all customers, . That is known as automation.

# Automation
$urls = Get-Content material $homedesktopOneDriveSites.log
$OneDriveStorageQuota = "2097152" # MB
$OneDriveStorageQuotaWarningLevel = "1000000" # MB
foreach ($u in $urls) {
    Set-SPOSite -Identification $u -StorageQuota $OneDriveStorageQuota -StorageQuotaWarningLevel $OneDriveStorageQuotaWarningLevel 
}

That’s what I needed to indicate on this publish. I hope it was useful.

Revealed by Patrick Gruenauer

Microsoft MVP on PowerShell [2018-2024], IT-Coach, IT-Marketing consultant, MCSE: Cloud Platform and Infrastructure, Cisco Licensed Academy Teacher.

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