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    Anonymous commented  · 

    Yes please. We are getting a lot of grief about this running at startup and find it hard to remove.

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    Anonymous commented  · 

    I can vouch for the huge amount of disruption the teams installation is causing for teachers in lessons. We were at a point where staff were using the online version and had adopted the useful features it has to offer. Sadly, once I installed teams across the site, (following some testing on a VM), we have had a very disappointed group of staff who have complained about severe performance impacts after logging in. So, I thought it would be easy to remove, or at least stop from runnning at startup - sadly this was not the case at all. There are NO options to prevent it running from startup AFTER installing. Provision of some ADMX templates, (like onedrive) would have been really useful so we could at least have some control on a per user basis.
    Anyway, I looked into removing it due to the disruption we had experienced across our site but as seems to be the way with this new array of apps, we are forced to either devise and run a script at login and remove it from appdata, thus slowing down user login times, or trawling various forums and articles who all seem to be venting the same concerns.

    For the sake of this almighty headache I've probably acquired due to stress this has caused, PLEASE SORT THIS OUT!

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