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    Rob commented  · 

    Go to you Device Manager. Locate your camera device (onboard or otherwise). Right-Click and choose disable device. Teams will not start it because it doesn't have a valid camera. Microsoft doesn't find privacy a priority and it's irritating but this is a workaround.

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    Go to you Device Manager. Locate your camera device (onboard or otherwise). Right-Click and choose disable device. Teams will not start it because it doesn't have a valid camera. Microsoft doesn't find privacy a priority and it's irritating but this is a workaround.

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    Rob commented  · 

    Go to you Device Manager. Locate your camera device (onboard or otherwise). Right-Click and choose disable device. Teams will not start it because it doesn't have a valid camera. Microsoft doesn't find privacy a priority and it's irritating but this is a workaround.

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