Linux Client -- Can't click "submit" on the sign-in dialog
(running the 64 bit dev package, version 1.3.00.5153)
After typing typing in my username and password into the purple "Authenticate" dialog that pops up, I try to click the 'submit' button but nothing happens. Pressing the 'enter' key also appears to do nothing.
I've attached a screenshot showing the dialog.
I've tried this on two separate computers and it's the same issue on both.
OS: Ubuntu 18.04
DE: KDE 5.44
I have this same issue with the official Teams app and the Flatpak version, the interesting things is that when I use Teams when connected to my organization's network I have this issue but when I am connected from my home network I don't have this issue. At first I thought it was a gnome-keyring issue but on both my desktop at home and my desktop in my organization's network I have that package installed and both have the same version(1.4.00.13653) of Teams installed.
Meang Tanaka commented
The problem still persist on the 1.3.00.30857 insider and preview version for linux fosal version
Paul Krizak commented
Same issue here. I also agree the empty https:// URL in the log is suspect.
Tomas Jakl commented
My colleague is facing the same problem. It seems to me like problem with ADFS authentication. In Windows I think it's NTLM and it's supported by some browsers. For example in Firefox by default you need to use basic authentication. In Linux world you need basic authentication by default always. But during login process into Teams app, there is no basic authentication available.
forgot to attach...
I've found the logfile that teams generates and I've included the relevant portion of mine. It looks like the button click is actually registered, but nothing ever happens after "proxy auth submitted".
> Tue Apr 28 2020 09:35:20 GMT-0400 (Eastern Daylight Time) <30005> -- event -- name: desktop_loading_timeout, url: https://, isTimeboxingWebAppInitialize: false, vdiMode: 0, eventpdclevel: 3,
> Tue Apr 28 2020 09:35:20 GMT-0400 (Eastern Daylight Time) <30005> -- info -- Main Window Show: after 90 sec of no response from url https://
the empty url in these two lines looks suspect.
This issue is still present as of 2020-04-22
I should note that since I can't sign in, Teams is 100% un-usable on my computer right now.
I should also note that I can access Teams through teams.microsoft.com without issue.