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    Skydrive vs Skydrive Pro

    Right I am royally confused here.

    I though that after the upgrade to Office 365 that existing users who were using skydrive would still have access to it but new users after the upgrade wouldn't? Yes we've got new users who have only just been given an O365 email account being able to log in to skydrive with their organisational username/password???

    The new have skydrive pro ala sharepoint and the first time I try and login as a user it throws an error about not having access to the site?

    Ben

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    Skydrive is a microsoft account/personal
    Skydrive pro links into sharepoint/o365
    I use both, one for o365 and my personal skydrive account.



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