Deploy OneDrive apps by using Intune
If you're a global admin or assigned a role in Intune that gives you the necessary permissions, you can use Intune to deploy OneDrive apps. Before you begin deploying, make sure you review the planning information and deployment options in the OneDrive guide for enterprises.
Deploy the OneDrive app for iOS or Android
To deploy apps in Intune, you use the Microsoft Endpoint Manager admin center. For the steps to deploy apps to iOS devices, see Add iOS store apps to Microsoft Intune. For the steps to deploy apps to Android devices, see Add Android store apps to Microsoft Intune. Use https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.microsoft.skydrive as the Appstore URL. For info about assigning apps to groups, see Assign apps to groups with Microsoft Intune.
Deploy the OneDrive sync app to Windows 10 devices
Although the sync app comes with Windows 10, you might use Intune to switch to per-machine installation.
In the App type list, under Microsoft 365 Apps, select Windows 10, and then select Select.
Review the app suite information, and then select Next.
On the Configure App Suite tab, under Select Office apps, select OneDrive Desktop. Make any other changes to the configuration settings, and then select Next.
The Update channel doesn't apply to the OneDrive sync app, so it doesn't matter what you select. Learn about OneDrive sync app update rings
On the Assignments tab, assign the app to groups. For info about this, see Assign apps to groups with Microsoft Intune. When you're done, select Next.
Review the app information, and then select Create.
For more info about deploying Microsoft 365 apps to Windows 10 devices using Intune, see Add Office 365 apps to Windows 10 devices with Microsoft Intune.
For info about configuring sync app settings using Intune, see Use administrative templates in Intune.