12-31-2020 12:05 AM
12-31-2020 12:05 AM
I have a problem with a single Windows 10 device where Teams user status is shown "Status unknown". It shows the user and other users status unknown. For other users that user is shown Offline in Teams. This behavior is seen in Teams desktop client and web version also. This isn't user profile related problem since I've tried other profiles and accounts with the device and still the issue persist.
So far I have:
After the device reset Teams status worked correctly for few hours but after that the issue came back.
12-31-2020 01:07 AM
Hi @AleksiBe, it sounds strange. Do you have the option to login the user on the Teams Mobile App? Is it a fresh enabled user for Microsoft Teams? Is the issue new or did it never work? For me it sounds like there is an issue with the Teams user object itself.
12-31-2020 04:20 AM
The issue is concerning every Office 365 account we have signed into Teams with this particular device. Using my own laptop for example the issue doesn't exist.
As I mentioned before this had worked in the past. The problem started last friday and was "fixed" for a moment after a reset for the device.
12-31-2020 06:17 AM
@AleksiBe Got it. So, something with the device is happening which let Microsoft Teams not working correctly anymore.
If the device is working as expected after a full device reset, you should investigate what happens afterwards. Are there any software packages deployed to the system via a software management tool. Any antivirus tool, firewall software, VPN software or driver updates? Please check which software is installed in the period where the Teams client works till it isn't working anymore.
It sounds like the logon process is stocking in some phase and couldn't be completed.
Please do a connectivity check to Teams. You can use the Skype for Business Network Assessment tool for this check: Download Skype for Business Network Assessment Tool from Official Microsoft Download Center
A brief usage description you can find here: Network Assessment Tool for Skype for Business and Microsoft Teams-Sharing Knowledge | Erwin Bierens...
Skip the described modification about Relay IP and number of tests. Just do the connectivity check and network performance check. The result will show you if the network connection from this specific PC is ok or not.
01-02-2021 01:22 AM
@AleksiBe, you can also try out a public preview of the new connectivity analyser for Office 365 services:
My understanding of the tool: you login into your M365 Admin centre and initiate a connectivity test. You must download a connectivity package which runs from your device and upload the connectivity data to the M365 Admin Center. Here you can analyse the results.
01-05-2021 06:02 AM
The problem is actually related to network somehow. We tested this device connecting to mobile hot spot and Teams status showed correctly. The confusion is that this same network doesn't seem to prevent other devices from connecting to Teams normally. So this might be something driver related I suppose?
01-05-2021 10:56 PM
Hi @AleksiBe, yes, that the network is causal is very likely. If you switch the network, software, policies and operating system are still the same, only the physical connection to the network changes.
Is the system wired to the LAN when you have this issues? Is it possible to plugin the network cable from another station to make some cross checks?