Deploying MS teams via Intune

Copper Contributor

Greetings,

I am currently engaged in the deployment of Microsoft Teams within our organization through the utilization of Intune. I am inquiring whether the MSI application offered by Microsoft pertains to the work/school version. It has come to my attention that our vendor configured our Office 365 applications, neglecting to include the Teams component. Consequently, I am now seeking the optimal approach for an independent deployment of Teams.

 

In this context, I am deliberating between deploying the application as a Win32 package or employing the provided MSI. Your insights and guidance in this matter would be greatly appreciated.

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we also exclude teams from office 365 and deploy teams separately using msi from https://learn.microsoft.com/en-us/microsoftteams/msi-deployment#msi-files

we deployed it in autopilot phase.

once installed, the teams will launch in new user profile but not existing user profile

@jrng 

 

But is the MSI you deployed teams work or school? I need to deploy that not just normal teams. 

Hi @gsha1992 You could deploy M365 Apps which now includes Teams (also includes Visio & Project). I deployed this in my organization and it works fine.

 

Select app type - Microsoft Intune admin center

it is teams for work

@gsha1992 

I recently tested the "New Microsoft Teams App" deployment on Windows 10/11 devices using the Intune admin center. Leveraging PowerShell scripts and the Win32 App deployment method, all tests were successful. For detailed deployment steps, refer to the guide below:

 

https://cloudinfra.net/deploy-new-microsoft-teams-app-on-windows-using-intune/