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    Alan commented  · 

    I would love to know if there is an option for this also.
    As having quite the headache with out of date machine wide clients and then user\appdata versions for users that have not logged on for x amount of time and so the client does not update.

    Or if there is a best practice from Microsoft as to how to manage this.

    Cheers

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    Alan commented  · 

    The scenario we are facing is a device is built and then is not used for sometime, it will come up on our vulnerability reports stating the Teams Client is out of date.
    Without rebuilding the device it would be great to discover a way that Teams could be removed device wide when the requirement occurs.

    Thanks

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