Map OneDrive as Network Drive on Mac, Windows, or Linux

CloudMounter allows you to connect to OneDrive directly from Finder for hassle-free file management of your online data. Map your accounts as local disks and deal with all of your online files without leaving the Finder window. Your main Microsoft OneDrive account can be handled for free.

Alternative OneDrive client for Mac

Incredibly simple access to your online files with the help of CloudMounter. Link Microsoft OneDrive accounts as local disks and work with the online files without copying them to your computer. Have all the necessary files within reach.

Multiple connections

There are no limits of possibly connected Microsoft OneDrive accounts. Link as many as you wish, forget about the limits with this OneDrive Mac client.

Move files between cloud storages

Don’t bother saving files to your computer before moving them among cloud accounts.
Integration into Finder
Accessing your Microsoft OndeDrive accounts and files can be seamlessly done from Finder, as thanks to our OneDrive desktop client, your cloud storages are displayed as network drives.

Encrypt Cloud Services and Web Servers

Keep all your cloud data protected from unauthorized access. Encrypt your accounts in Google Drive, Dropbox, Microsoft OneDrive, Amazon S3 along with the files on FTP/SFTP/WebDAV servers.
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Amazon S3
Amazon File
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Encrypt data
Learn more about OneDrive Encryption
Reasons for picking CloudMounter
CloudMounter is a versatile cloud management tool with a huge list of supported cloud storages and remote servers. Thanks to Finder and Explorer Integration navigating multiple cloud accounts has never been easier. In addition, the app makes sure that your personal information is one hundred percent protected from unwanted access.

Support for Keychain

CloudMounter neither stores nor sends your confidential information to any third party. The passwords to youк cloud accounts are kept safely in the Keychain and are sent via encrypted channels to the servers.

Finder Integration

CloudMounter is an excellent connecting tool that allows mounting and connecting to cloud storages and web servers on your computer. Being perfectly integrated into Finder, the app makes sure that you can handle online files as your local ones.

Multiple Cloud Management

CloudMounter focuses on satisfying all the wishes of our clients that is why we are constantly improving our product and working on updates. We hope to add support for more cloud services in the future and move cloud management to the next level.

How to connect to OneDrive via CloudMounter


Mounting Microsoft OneDrive with the help of CloudMounter is easy and will not take a lot of time. Just follow these steps and it will be added to Finder as any other cloud computing service or remote server:

1

Download the app and proceed with installing CloudMounter on your computer.

2

Open the app. The following window will be displayed on the screen of your computer.

Connections
3

Find Microsoft OneDrive icon from the list and left-click it with a mouse. An authorization window will appear.

4

Proceed with logging into your Microsoft OneDrive account. After that specify the settings for the disk, namely its name and letter.

OneDrive authorization window
5

Click Mount to map OneDrive as network drive.

CloudMounter makes it possible to connect multiple accounts from Microsoft Onedrive and provides simultaneous access to them from within the native file system of your computer.

OneDrive Mac

CloudMounter supports mounting Microsoft OneDrive not only on macOS but also Windows and Linux.

Frequently Asked Questions

OneDrive is a cloud storage from Microsoft - a service that, using the Internet, copies specific files to a server computer disk. The principle of work of each service is the same:

  • Connect the service to your computer.
  • Select the folders that you want to upload to the network.
  • That’s it. The program will do the rest on its own.

It is available for free to all Microsoft account holders. Windows 10 also uses OneDrive to sync system settings, visual settings, themes, app settings, and even Microsoft Edge tabs, browsing history, and saved passwords.

Thanks to CloudMounter it is extremely easy to map OneDrive as network drive and access it from within the native file system oа your computer.
In order to map Microsoft Onedrive to your machine, you need to start the app, find the Microsoft OneDrive icon and follow the authorization procedure. After that click the Mount button and enjoy your file management routine.
With the help of CloudMounter, adding OneDrive to your computer will not take a lot of effort. Reach your online files from the native file system. Simply mount this cloud storage as a drive via CloudMounter.
The principle of mapping OneDrive as a network drive in Windows is the same as in macOS. Just follow the same steps and you will see OneDrive in Windows Explorer. By the way, you can make OneDrive automatically mounted after you launch your computer.
OneDrive is not a network drive. It is a cloud computing service.
Yes, there is currently a file size limitation of 10GB that can be uploaded to Microsoft OneDrive.

All supported services

CloudMounter supports connection to multiple cloud storage services, besides Microsoft OneDrive, and perfectly works with the remote servers.

FTP

SFTP

WebDAV

Dropbox

Google Drive

Amazon S3

Box

OpenStack

Backblaze B2

Mega

CloudMounter pCloud connection

pCloud

CloudMounter Languages

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What customers say
    I’ve regularly used ExpanDrive and the native Mac client from Google, until recently. CloudMounter is simply the best of both worlds.
    Steve Harman

CloudMounter

This Microsoft OneDrive Mac client is fully compatible with macOS 10.12 and later. Requires 43.28MB free space, latest version 3.7.637. Released 14 Nov, 2020.

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