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Detecting OneDrive for Business

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The script the Microsoft has posted doesn't work.  It may have at one time.


This is what I have used.

[String]$LogfileName = "OneDriveDetection"
[String]$Logfile = "$env:SystemRoot\logs\$LogfileName.log"

Function Write-Log
    Param ([string]$logstring)
    If (Test-Path $Logfile)
        If ((Get-Item $Logfile).Length -gt 2MB)
            Rename-Item $Logfile $Logfile".bak" -Force
    $WriteLine = (Get-Date).ToString() + " " + $logstring
    Add-content $Logfile -value $WriteLine

#$User = gwmi win32_computersystem -Property Username
[String](WMIObject -class Win32_ComputerSystem | Select username)
$UserName = $User.UserName
$UserSplit = [String](WMIObject -class Win32_ComputerSystem | Select username) -Split '\\'
$OneDrive = "$env:SystemDrive\users\" + $UserSplit[1] +"\appdata\local\microsoft\onedrive\onedrive.exe"
# Parameter to Log
Write-Log "Start Script Execution"
Write-Log "Logged on User: $UserName"
Write-Log "Detection-String: $OneDrive"
If(Test-Path $OneDrive)
    Write-Log "Found DetectionFile"
    $OneDriveFile = Get-Item $OneDrive
    Write-Log "Get File Details"
    Write-Log "Version found:$OneDriveFile.VersionInfo.FileVersion"
    Write-Log "Script Exectuion End!"
    Write-Log ""
    Return $true
    Write-Log "Warning: OneDrive.exe not found – need to install App!"


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