Moodle plugins directory: Microsoft 365 Repository
Microsoft 365 Repository
Microsoft 365 Plugins for Moodle
Microsoft 365 Repository Plugin
This plugin provides access to Microsoft 365 as a repository. Specifically it includes OneDrive for Business, Office Video, Office Delve as well as SharePoint Document Libraries and Group Files associated with Moodle courses.
This is part of the suite of Microsoft 365 plugins for Moodle.
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This plugin is updated with stable Moodle releases. This means as of October 2022:
- The versions for Moodle 3.11 and 4.0 gets full support. Any new features are guaranteed to be added to these two versions.
- The version for Moodle 3.9 gets security support. New features are not to be added to this version, but some bug fixes may be added.
- All other versions, included the one for Moodle 3.10, are out of support.
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Is there something I need to set on Azure, or could it be a permission issue?
Can you run the "Azure setup" tool in the Office 365 local plugin? It should report if there are any permission issues. If everything checks out, can you enable the "Record debug messages" setting on that same settings page, click Save changes, then try to access your OneDrive Moodle repository again? If you still don't see any files, go to Site administration > Reports > Logs, change "All activities" to "Site errors", and click "Get these logs". If there are any Office 365-related messages, can you send them to me (in a private message), and we can go from there. Thanks!
Is it possible if, when we upload a file from the filepicker and choose "Create an alias/shortcut to the file", this file not to open via the SharePoint but via moodle? Can we remove this restriction that only 365 authenticated users can access the file?
However when a student is going to upload a task in the file selector they can see their OneDrive files but it does not show the options to link the file or upload a copy directly to moodle.
It does not allow me to link from the file picker when loading assignments by students.
I would appreciate help with this problem.