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    Pierce commented  · 

    Issues with Teams Add-In causing outlook 2016 to crash - a ticket with MS has been open for over a month with no apparent progress being made. Happening on various versions of Microsoft with accounts of varying age.

    Happens intermittently when creating Teams Meetings
    Happens frequently when opening Teams Meetings links from Outlook 2016

    We have already attempted the following -
    Repair, Standard Uninstall reinstall, using the MS o365 complete uninstaller and reinstalling from the o365 portal site, recreating the user profile, confirmed on the latest version of Office and Win10 Enterprise

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    Pierce commented  · 

    We have been excited for the Teams WebApp product as it does not require the same PlugIn that Skype for Business did. We work with a lot of Healthcare practices and they are strictly forbidden from installing the PlugIn in almost all cases.

    However loosing ability to share your screen is a significant hindrance to getting us off of GoToMeeting and WebEx.

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    on the backlog  ·  Warren responded

    This feature request is working its way through the backlog queue. No new details are available yet.

    -Warren

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    Pierce commented  · 

    A little bit from column A and B.

    Our departments already have SharePoint Sites. We are looking to Match these existing SharePoint Sites to the newly created 0365 Groups/Teams

    Currently when you create a Group/Team you get a premade SharePoint site but there does not appear to be a way to opt out of that premade and link an already existing site. The problem with the premade site is that it does not link to the existing SP Site Collections. This is making our a headache of our auditing.

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    Pierce commented  · 

    I have been happy to see Microsoft's development of Groups and their integration with permissions on SharePoint. However it has been an operational nightmare when considering allowing individual to create their own Groups. There is no way to limit what is automatically created when a group is setup. What if the group does not need a SharePoint site linked and only needs a communication setup. Management of SharePoint permissions can be daunting and groups can help solve this problem but not being able to link them back to existing pages without creating entirely new Sites will cause confusion very quickly. At this time we are very hesitant to deploy groups company wide and will continue testing until solutions can be found.

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