Jan 18 2024 02:49 PM
Jan 18 2024 02:49 PM
I’m running Teams classic on my Mac (because there doesn’t seem to be a personal use version of the new Teams). I used to use it with my prior job, now I want to use a personal credential. However, it keeps popping up a SSO (single sign-on) modal to authenticate with my prior organization, where I no longer work. There is no way to cancel or use an alternative, personal credential. Trying to close the modal does nor resolve the issue.
What the heck? How do I tell Teams classic (Mac) to stop using SSO from the old org?
Jan 18 2024 03:04 PM
Jan 18 2024 04:55 PM - edited Jan 18 2024 04:56 PM
@LawanIdriss I should have added -- I have uninstalled and reinstalled Teams, half a dozen times. Same results every time -- this desire to use Teams with a corporate SSO is not coming from the application package.
The corporate SSO modal is one I used to see anytime I tried using corporate properties requiring authentication. I don't know why Teams is invoking it or where this is stored.
Keychain Access is an interesting idea. I searched Keychain for my company name but only found web form passwords, which I removed, but did nothing. Searching "teams" there are a few more items:
...you can't delete them until you delete Teams from Applications. Which I did, came back and deleted them, then re-installed the Teams_osx.pkg package. Opened Teams....same thing, corporate SSO modal for a company I don't work for.
When I close the corporate SSO modal via the red-circle window closer, it brings me here in Teams:
...but clicking "signing out" does nothing, Teams does absolutely nothing.
Clicking Teams > Settings from the menu bar does nothing, no UI opens or loads or appears.
Jan 18 2024 05:13 PM
Ok got it -- found this post:
...had to delete the Teams folder:
...reboot, re-install. Works!
So many apps storing stuff outside their application package, making the Mac-native way of removing an app (delete app from Applications) ineffective due to the cruft strewn about.