02-18-2019 06:23 AM
02-18-2019 06:23 AM
Not sure if this is the right place, but i can't do the "report from within teams" since teams won't start.
This happened to both myself and colleague, immediately after we were invited as guests to another organisations teams, in addition to our own. It hung and now it crashes on start-up saying "Something went wrong" and suggesting we log out and in again. Tried that. Doesn't help. Also tried removing first cache folder contents then whole teams folder from AppData/Roaming/Microsoft/teams. Only change is it now says "Failed to reach https://" instead of "Failed to reach https://teams.microsoft.com" as it did before.
I can't even get in via web browser. If i go to teams.microsoft.com I get asked to log in, but having done so I get a page at https://teams.microsoft.com/_ which just says "The page cannot be displayed because an internal server error has occurred."
03-07-2019 06:38 AM
Doesn't crash for me, but will not allow me to log in. I get the 'modern authentication failed here' error, with status: caa2000b, then Error Code: AADSTS500014: Resource 'https://api.spaces.skype.com' is disabled.
Then an endless loop of 'authentication failed. please try again.' This is making me a little crazy.
I don't even use Teams, and was simply trying to disable launch on startup. I've uninstalled it several times, but it keeps coming back. Must have been installed as part of Office364 for me, which is working just fine.
05-09-2019 05:14 AM - edited 05-09-2019 05:15 AM
@kelmar2290 okay I will try logging in tomorrow.But one of team members who is not from our organisation and doesn't have Microsoft account even he is not able to login for last two days.I added him as guest .I wanted to check what is happening so I tried signing out,now I am also not able to login from desktop team app.Though I am able to login navigating from my Microsoft account which opens in web
In Desktop Teams app I see this error code
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