When granting access a Security group or Distribution list to a Team. Changes to the security groups/DL does not apply.
When granting access a Security group or Distribution list to a Team. Changes to the security groups/DL does not apply. If a user leaves the company or if we have new users, it is a manual process to add or remove them from a Team. Since we can select a Security group or Distribution list, changes to either should be reflected on the Team members.
This feature request is still working its way through the backlog queue.
Lennard Kuijten commented
You can now make the teams membership dynamic.
Create the Team.
Set the membership type to dynamic in Azure AD and create an dynamic membership rule.
Kevin H. commented
this is a must have
This is basic to be able to meet compliance requirements, what is the ETA for implementation
Great this would save so much time, please implement!
This would save so much time, please implement!
@William Kazmierski check out this article: https://techcommunity.microsoft.com/t5/Microsoft-Teams-Blog/Syncing-Security-Groups-with-team-membership/ba-p/241959
William Kazmierski commented
I'm definitely interested in keeping my Teams permissions synced with my Security Group members! Is there a work-around that can be used (Flow or Powershell)? It's a hassle having to manage my permissions in 2 separate lists!
is there a way we can follow this so that when you update the backlog status we get alerted?
Dan Deamer commented
We use dynamic office 365 groups for RBAC. But we are unable to create a new Microsoft Team from those groups. We currently have to convert it to "assigned" create the Microsoft Team then switch it back to dynamic. This has slowed our roll out of Microsoft Teams, as well as our SharePoint Online migration and conversion to Modern sites within SharePoint Online.
Jake Platt commented
This is core to Microsoft philosophy. RBAC structure is central to a clean Active Directory. We have groups that target things logically and would love to just target those same groups for most of our teams. That way there is no overhead beyond what is already done to our existing AD structure. We have a few departments with significant turn over that will struggle to keep membership of teams accurate.
Roy F commented
From what I understand (I haven't learned how to create one yet), dynamic group and team membership is already available, but once a team is configured to use dynamic membership, it will not let you add static members; e.g. you have a group ofr an org, but want to manually add a manager not in that org. This suggestion would make the use of dynamic membership trivial for users (no special configuration required) and it would allow dynamic and static membership to coexist within a group/team.
This just slightly alters the membership implementation in that having one or more dynamic groups as a member makes team membership dynamic (which is already supported) and the dynamic member list is the superset of the dynamic member groups and static members.
Very much needed, since DL constantly changes within our firm
Boris Hurinek commented
Do you have an ETA for this feature being delivered?
as soon as possible
Jason Mayde commented
Excellent news! Can't wait to reduce our administrative overhead!
Does have any update ? This function should be very important to ITPro admin for Teams.
That would be Fantastic.
currently when a distribution list is updated (user added or removed) the MS team users list is not updated accordantly.
Would be great if MS team is checking changes on the distribution list dynamically and add the new users…
On the other hand would be great if MS Team list the new users added.
Today, if you add a distribution list to update the user list, the list is updated and MS team indicate the number if users added, but doesn´t list them. would be good to have names of the users added listed once added from a distribution list.
this feature is greatly appreciated by most enterprises. please add it!
Any update on this? This was set to under review on January 31, 2018 - over three months ago
Mark Stodter commented
Microsoft Teams MUST be able to accept SharePoint security groups that are managed by Office 365.
Too much IT infrastructure has been built on O365 security group management to now make it obsolete and require redundant management of groups
I will not implement this application in our company until this functionality is working.