Need help using Rclone config/mount with Onedrive

What is the problem you are having with rclone?
I have 2 OneDrive Accounts, In one (account1) of them it's works like a charm.
In another (account2) my OneDrive is readonly, I can create folder, but I can't copy any files for folder.

When I was creating account2 in rclone, appeared this message:
Choose a number from below, or type in an existing value
1 / OneDrive Personal or Business
\ "onedrive"
2 / Root Sharepoint site
\ "sharepoint"
3 / Type in driveID
\ "driveid"
4 / Type in SiteID
\ "siteid"
5 / Search a Sharepoint site
\ "search"
Your choice> 1
Found 2 drives, please select the one you want to use:
0: Organization Logos (documentLibrary) id=b!AZ9...
1: User Photos (documentLibrary) id=b!AZ9...
Chose drive to use:>

I used 0, and used 1, neither allows me to write in the folder
In account 1 only 0:Organization id=xxxxxxx

When I mount account2 in windows, the folder has the word fuse on it

What is your rclone version (output from rclone version)

Which OS you are using and how many bits (eg Windows 7, 64 bit)
Windows 10 64bit

Which cloud storage system are you using? (eg OneDrive )

Neither of those look sensible as something to use to me - I'm assuming this is a corporate account?

Maybe something needs enabling in your Onedrive account? Can you ask your admin?

:sleepy: many thanks

I am getting the same situation with my attempt to connect to OneDrive - only two drives shown (Organization Logos and User Photos). I can use OneDrive just fine from the web interface.

@Joca_Lins Did you have any solution?

I've fixed this in the latest beta - can you try that?

Hi, I used this version:

rclone v1.51.0-148-g2a62471e-beta
- os/arch: windows/amd64
- go version: go1.14.1

And the problem is fixed, thanks!!

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I had the same problem because I have 2 Microsoft Azure AD account logins with the same login username:
1.) Created by my alma mater for e-mail services,
2.) Created by me for my personal file storage space.
Both accounts had login IDs Because I had a browser window open at the time to my e-mail services, when rclone config got OneDrive to bring up its attachment authorization, it selected the 1st one - the alumni e-mail service account - and I was shown the 2 drive choices you mentioned (Logos & Photos). Wrong!

A workaround is to log in to the right OneDrive account manually, find settings and login identities, and add an alias for that correct/intended account. (I used another ISP e-mail I have, but don't otherwise use.) The alias name will, nonetheless, have the same Azure AD password as your intended account & drive. Then I re-did the rclone config using the alias identity. Worked!

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