Automatically upload OctoPrint backups to Microsoft OneDrive
Install the plugin via the bundled Plugin Manager or manually using this URL:
Warning: This plugin requires Python 3.7 or newer to install. To find out more about upgrading your OctoPrint install to use Python 3, you can take a look at this post
Once the plugin is installed and loaded, you can set it up to connect to your Microsoft account.
Adding your account
Select ‘Add account’ to generate a login code. Head to the URL linked to login with your account, entering the code generated and logging in with your Microsoft account. Grant OctoPrint OneDrive Backup access to your files.
Once this is done, return the plugin, and it should show your account name & a success message.
Configuring the backup upload
You can then configure the folder to save backups to. Select ‘Change Folder’ and then you should be able to navigate through your OneDrive folders to find somewhere for backups to be saved.
Maybe give it a test after configuring it - head to the backup & restore tab and create a backup. Upload progress will be shown in a notification in the UI.
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Important Security Notice
Please be aware that this plugin stores its tokens for accessing your Microsoft account in OctoPrint’s configuration folder, as expected. As a result, if your OctoPrint install (or the server it is running on) is compromised, your files in OneDrive are at risk.
It is not recommended to install this plugin on OctoPrint installs accessible directly from the internet, or multi-user installs where you may not trust every user.
The author of this plugin is not responsible for any damage caused as a result of using this plugin.