May 18 2021 06:10 AM
May 18 2021 06:10 AM
At our organization, we have MS Teams disabled for our tenant. We have a number individuals that have been invited to join MS Teams created on other tenants using our organization account. We always have issue trying to get logged into MS Teams to access these teams on the other tenant.
We get a message in the Desktop client that reads "You're missing out! Ask your admin to enable Microsoft Teams". It then has two buttons for "Sign up for Teams" or "Use a different account". Sometimes there is a box that will appear to select the tenant where the team is we were invited to - but generally it's not listed there - leaving us stuck and unable to access the team.
How can we get the box to re-appear consistently so we can choose the tenant that contains the team we were invited to as a guest?
May 18 2021 10:07 AM
@Vasil MichevWe are trying to understand how MS Teams is intended to work in this setting where it is enabled on the primary tenant, but has access to teams on guest tenants. We are getting inconsistent results in our testing.
May 24 2021 12:50 PM
May 24 2021 01:01 PM - edited May 24 2021 02:01 PM
@aaronaxelsen We can see if any of these other experts can assist, but you can also reach out to answers.microsoft.com for personalized tech support service.
@Vasil Michev @adam deltinger @ChristianJBergstrom @Steven Collier - this user is a member of their company's IT support team and is looking for additional guidance. Can you recommend other IT Professional resources for him?
May 24 2021 10:43 PM - last edited on May 27 2021 02:59 PM by ThereseSolimeno
@aaronaxelsen Difficult to explain the intermittent behavior not knowing all details but "Teams must be enabled on a guest's home tenant for guests to be able to sign in and use Teams as a guest on another (resource) tenant."
May 25 2021 01:02 AM
@aaronaxelsen How have you disabled Teams? Via the licenses, using CA, or some firewall rules. I've seen companies where Teams license is not currently enabled and no had an issue being a guest in other tenants.
May 25 2021 01:20 AM
May 25 2021 07:17 AM - edited May 25 2021 07:17 AM
I believe that we currently have it disabled via the license.