05-10-2018 06:04 AM
05-10-2018 06:04 AM
This popped up on MC and might catch a few customers out unless they review this new option that is on by default:
" A free 1-year trial of Microsoft Teams will soon be available for any user of Office 365 or Azure Active Directory (AAD), even if the user is not yet licensed for the service. We are rolling out this trial, beginning June 1."
Users that don't have the appropriate licence that are currently blocked when accessing Microsoft Teams will now be offered a sign-up to this free trial:
Certain criteria must be met to be offered this trial but admins can simply disable this option from appearing in the first place if required. This is relevant for commercial cloud customers, GOV and EDU tenants are not eligible for the trial.
Full instructions on this are here - Manage the IW trial offer for Microsoft Teams.
05-10-2018 07:04 AM
05-10-2018 08:30 AM
Useful feedback John. I find this offering somewhat strange it doesn't really seem necessary but I assume Microsoft wouldn't be doing it unless it's going to be useful for some customers. Maybe it will help as a stepping stone while adoption is at the early stages in some tenants. I suppose the possible downside is it could promote unchecked use of Teams before everything is in-place like governance etc. At least it's configurable!
09-02-2018 04:23 PM - edited 09-02-2018 04:24 PM
Reading this doc you posted
Also, your tenant is NOT eligible for the trial if:
Since the "Syndication Partner" went away like a year ago, should that be changed to "CSP Customer" or "Cloud Solution Provider Customer"?
I could be totally wrong, but From what I understand, Microsoft ended the Syndication Partner Program a long time ago and made us all switch to the CSP Program. So, should that article be updated with the correct info, or, is that article correct , meaning, any old syndication partner customers? Ones that have not switched to CSP. I know they made us move all of our 60,000+ customers over to the CSP Program.
So, Just was wondering. If you can get clarification, that would be great.
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