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Old 03-27-2016, 05:31 AM
slyttle slyttle is offline Windows 7 64bit Office 2013
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Default Can't access corporate notebooks

Got a bit of a confusing problem related to personal and corporate accounts in OneNote 2013.



I have a personal Microsoft ID and a work account that are the same.

ie. joe@companyname.com (personal) joe@companyname.com (federated corporate account through ADFS)

Usually in other cloud-based MS applications (like visual studio online), I will enter my MS account ID and it will ask me whether I want to use my personal or work account.

When I tried to do that with OneNote, it didn't prompt me, and would only recognize my personal account.

Once logged in, I tried to switch to my corporate account and it did actually prompt me for which account I wanted to switch to, but even when I selected "Work", it didn't load the notebooks from my corporate account.

Any ideas how I can get OneNote to sync to my corporate account?

-Sheldon
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Old 03-27-2016, 05:37 AM
slyttle slyttle is offline Windows 7 64bit Office 2013
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I may have found a solution.

It seems like I can open up my corporate onedrive and manually add the notebooks.

So in this case I can access both my personal notebooks and the corporate workbooks that I manually add.

Still feels a bit half baked.
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