07-14-2020 08:44 AM
07-14-2020 12:16 PM
Hi @LujainKamal ,
So just to confirm, you are trying to upload a local file on your machine by way of the Files tab of a Channel?
If so we know we are looking to SharePoint Online. So my first question would be, do we know if anyone has changed the permissions on the underlying SharePoint Online site? Such as perhaps you have Read Only access.
To test this, I would click on the Open in SharePoint link via the Files tab and see how far you get in SharePoint Online. You may also find that you get a more meaningful error when going directly via SharePoint.
Let me know if still not working and of any exact errors you received along the way please?
07-14-2020 01:32 PM
Yes, correct. I've been given the edit access and all team members have the same issue in our team. When trying to upload the file, it shows an "Sorry, there was a problem uploading this file. Please try again." without mentioning anything else.
And when I try to upload the file in sharepoint as you mentioned by clicking on Open in SharePoint. It shows as if I check-out the file. When I try to check-in the file, this message shows "The list item could not be added or updated because duplicate values were found in the following field(s) in the list: [Status].".
I would like to note that we also have missing metadata for our files. I found out that I had to open the files in SharePoint and click on "Edit all" to fill in missing information, then save it. Sometimes this works, other times it doesn't.
Thanks for replying. If you know anything that can help me, please share your thoughts and suggesstions.
07-14-2020 01:59 PM - edited 07-14-2020 02:01 PMSolution
10-07-2020 12:17 PM
Can you kindly help me as to how get rid of this error which i am facing just recently in MS Teams. I was not experiencing this error a couple of weeks ago and also i am not facing this error if i use another machine. I can neither access nor upload files.
10-07-2020 03:00 PM
10-09-2020 09:24 AM
10-10-2020 03:48 AM
Hi @ABDULLAH_FAHAD ,
I was hoping to see how OneDrive was looking Outside of Teams, as whilst it utilises it within Teams, if there is an issue with OneDrive outside of Teams it is going to transcend into being a problem in Teams.
So if you go to Portal.Office.com > Click on the Waffle menu or via the nice shiny convenient menu on the left as shown below and select OneDrive:
Does that allow you to see your OneDrive files.
Or equally if you have the Sync Client installed how does it show in the System Tray:
Once we can confirm the health in general of your OneDrive, which I am sure at worst it would probably be an authentication/sign in issue. We can then come back to seeing if it is just Teams specific.
10-17-2020 12:28 PM
Kindly accept my apologies for the unforeseen delay in updating this thread.
I am able to access onedrive and its files successfully. Also i can upload files to one drive.