teams admin center
I can't use the new Teams and Skype Admin Center from either IE or Edge. Had to use Chrome. I keep getting a Security Zone error. I've added the domains in IE (don't know where to do it in Edge) but still got the same error. Ditching both Microsoft browsers and using Chrome instead.
Security zone setting error
Please make sure these two domains are added to the trusted sites in IE or Microsoft Edge: https://admin.teams.microsoft.com and https://login.microsoftonline.com. If you are using other browsers, please close all browser windows and try again.
Error Code: SECURITYZONEERROR
Correlation ID: 48fe48cc-1c3a-4bf8-a731-1947150b4a3f
Same issue here...
Even when I've allowed cookies and turned off Tracking Prevention for [*.]microsoft.com and [*.]microsoftonline.com.
Using new Edge browser (chromium), while accessing different tenants.
Receive the error when attempting to access the 2nd tenant's Teams admin center. I am using a different browser profile for the 2nd tenant identity. So it should work without issue, as it works perfectly fine accessing the first tenant.
I found setting Edge to InPrivate mode resolves the error.
Correlation ID: daff9261-306f-450f-9e33-99c7569a88df getting an errror code on assiments
Can't access https://admin.teams.microsoft.com/ with Safari. I got SECURITY_ZONE_ERROR.
Works with Chrome. Fix IT!
Vernon Jones commented
Fixed in New Edge when I allowed Cookies and turned off Tracking Prevention for [*.]microsoft.com and [*.]microsoftonline.com.
No sure if this is helpful but I received this same error on Safari and I tried turning off the "Prevent cross-site tracking" setting in the Safari Privacy Preferences. This WORKED. I think on all browsers, there will be some functionality to block cross site tracking or data exchange which is blocking this...? Try turning off this functionality.
Folks, how is this a UserVoice issue and not a technical support issue? If the product is broken, this isn't a forum to say 'Hey, it'd be great if the stuff we buy works' and you say 'Oh, we'll add that to things to do...' This is broken! Fix it! I recommend all affected by this submit support requests.
David Leveille commented
Had this error on Safari on Mac. Launched a 'private' browsing window, navigated to admin URL, Logged in, did MFA, and it WORKED!
Ashish Prasad commented
For Chrome or Brave browsers...........
Settings >> Shields >> Cookie Control >> Select "Allow all cookies" in the drop down.
Fixed by allowing third-party cookies.
same issue, all browsers. We can't access teams admin at all.
After speaking with Microsoft support representative Keith, he validated the issue was real, and that there is improper functioning. For me, it did NOT work in Firefox or Chrome, but did in IE.
Same issue, same frustration...
I just had the same issue. I had the cookie setting at "block third party cookies" I changed it to "allow all cookies" and it works. I switched it back to block third party, closed and reopened the browser and it seems to still be working.
Has there still not yet been a fix for this!?!?
This is driving me crazy that I cant get in and 'admin' a site...
I have that problem, too. It seems the bug was filed more then 6 months ago...
Mike Yada commented
This is happening to me, too.
Can't get it to work in IE, Edge, Chrome or Firefox.
I encountered asame problem today using chrome to update users in sfb. Adding the respective microsoft urls to trusted sites was not enough to solve access problem, but rebooting my desktop after updating trusted sites solved the chrome access problem for me.
I have the same problem. I was previously able to access the admin page in Firefox and now I cannot.
have somebody of you found any solution? I actually didn't
Remi B commented
I had the same problem on Chrome. Allowing 3rd party cookies seems to have solved the problem for me (may be the case for any browser that is set to block 3rd party cookies). Seems odd why this only happens in the Teams/Skype admin center.