I'm creating an Azure Virtual Desktop host pool, with VM's configured as follows:
Created with template "Windows 11 Enterprise multi-session+Microsoft 365 apps"
Joined to Azure AD Domain Services.
FSLogix installed and configured
OneDrive comes pre-installed with this configuration but it just won't start; it looks like it's disabled but if I check policy it isn't. I see that the template has OneDrive pre-installed per-machine which is the correct choice for a Remote Desktop Server, and FSLogix is supposed to support OneDrive. The OneDrive icon shows up in the tray with a slash through it. If I open that icon, go into settings and click on "Add an Account" nothing at all happens it ignores me.
If I start the pre-installed Word, Excel, etc., I can see my OneDrive for Business Files under File/Open (which accesses the cloud copy). But sync seems like it's just off the table.
Other than the OneDrive problem, the VM's looks very healthy as sessions hosts. Event logs look good, group policy is applying correctly, apps run OK. So I don't really think the VM's are corrupted at the system level.
I haven't found any limitation in the documentation, so what's the story here? Can't figure out whether:
Maybe OneDrive just isn't supported in this configuration?
Maybe there's something wrong with the Template I chose; would it work better if I configured a plain Windows 11 multisession VM and then manually installed the Microsoft 365 apps later?
Maybe this is supposed to work and I should open a support ticket?
Somebody must have tried OneDrive sync client on Windows 11 multisession before.... what was your experience?