Here are the steps for how to troubleshoot OneDrive Business authorization errors:

  1. It could be that your OneDrive account is not fully provisioned. Check that your OneDrive Business account is fully provisioned. Go to https://portal.office.com/onedrive to verify that your OneDrive is fully provisioned.
  2. It could be that you are logged in into two different OneDrive Business accounts. Delete *all* cookies, then log into cloudHQ and try again.
  3. It might be that your cloudHQ installation is disabled. To check, deinstall cloudHQ from Office 365, then try to authorize again:
    • Go to the My Apps section of the Office 365 admin panel. A direct link should be https://portal.office.com/myapps.
    • Remove all cloudHQ applications.
    • Delete all cookies.
    • Sign in again to OneDrive and cloudHQ in a fresh browser session.
    • Try to authorize OneDrive Business again.
  4. The problem could be that Office 365 is configured not allow 3rd-party applications to be installed. To check that, your Office 365 admin needs to do the following:
      • Go to Manage Microsoft Azure. Log in as an Office 365 administrator.
      • Select your domain and click “Configure.”
      • In Integrated Applications, ensure “USERS MAY GIVE APPLICATIONS PERMISSION TO ACCESS THEIR DATA” and “USERS MAY ADD INTEGRATED APPLICATIONS” are enabled:

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For further reference, please visit Application Access in Microsoft Azure.