Still no word from MS, other than to add the msi wrapper into the latest office 365 installer.
Also worthy of note is that not only is the executable in appdata, when is should be in program files. The cache IS in appdata when it should be in appdatalocal.
Can we accept that programs should go in programfiles, application data (settings etc) should go in appdata (allowing us to redirect/roam) and cache files should be appdatalocal so they can get destroyed after log off. This not only work in an education settings, but enterprise and VDI.
It is really not that hard a concept. Even Adobe can get this right!
Closing the previous request, and being extremely quiet on this request is exceptionally frustrating when we are the people pushing this product to millions of end users and these limitations are making our job in-necessarily hard.
We don't need 2 weekly updates, as said previously this is production grade software now time to do things properly.
And at least confirm that you have heard this UserVoice and recognize we want something that is not available.
Looking to deploy teams across an education trust of UK secondary schools, full super mandatory profiling for students meaning Teams would re-install at every log on is not acceptable when you are trying to get classes sat down and logged on, every second genuinely counts as we do this hundreds of time on the hour every hour.
A agree closing comments on the previous thread marked as complete was inappropriate as the solution does not fit the original request, and is completely unmanageable.
Proper MSI installer into program files, support for single sign on to O365 just like Office 365. Teams devs, if you're not sure how to do it, go ask the Office devs, but for goodness sake do it right first time rather than marking the task complete when it clearly is not.
Long time Edu Admin, and cannot believe this has not been sorted sooner. The first uservoice asking for this was force close way too early. Onedrive has now finally gone /allusers but is still putting configuration in appdata\local which does not work with non-persistent cached profiles.
Please think of the admin installs as well as the consumer ones, we may be fewer in number, but we spend more with MS, and have vastly higher install rates.
Item 1 and 2 are Under Review.
Item 3 has been Completed.
I’ll keep you posted as I hear more on this request.
It would be good if when selecting a file to add to an assignment users could get the full onedrive list including shared libraries, or at least the files from the team they are setting the assignment in.
Thanks to everyone who volunteered for testing the Office 365 group calendar. The TAP team will be reaching out as we are closer to being ready.