Cannot add members to Microsoft Teams due to the access control via Azure Active Directory Portal
When UsersPermissionToReadOtherUsersEnabled is set to False, we are unable to add members in Microsoft Teams.
We would request to add members in Microsoft Teams regardless the setting of UsersPermissionToReadOtherUsersEnabled in AAD.
We have strongly requested that "Microsoft Japan" solve this issue.
As a result, a setting was provided to prevent end users from connecting to PowerShell, and we were able to set the serverPermistionToReadOtherUsersEnabled to True.
Thanks to the members of Microsoft Japan.
There are many features that are affected by "UsersPermissionToReadOtherUsersEnabled = FALSE" other than adding members.
I'm very sorry that Microsoft Teams isn't available to my organization.
* User name cannot be resolved and is displayed as "Unknown user"
* Cannot use member tags
* Guests cannot invite
* Cannot set owner
Mike Kriwonos commented
This setting is important to organizational security for AzureAD: "UsersPermissionToReadOtherUsersEnabled = FALSE".
However, the setting is also debilitating to use of MS Teams. When will Teams and Planner update the ability to add members EVEN if "UsersPermissionToReadOtherUsersEnabled = FALSE"
Even in our organization, this issue is bothering system administrators. We hope for a solution.
At The Educational Organization, it's very bad for students to be able to search the directory in Azure AD.
But Teams is a very useful app for education.
I want you to be able to use Teams even if UsersPermissionToReadOtherUsersEnabled = FALSE.
Lisa Plenty commented
This particular issue is really debilitating our adoption of Teams. Please resolve!
Our organization is in the same state, shadow IT is increasing. In order to propose Teams to users of the organization, I would like you to be able to add members by entering full email addresses like other SharePoints and Exchange. I would like to add members with "UsersPermissionToReadOtherUsersEnabled = FALSE".