06-02-2020 08:48 AM
06-02-2020 08:48 AM
I deployed Office 365 with Teams via SCCM Application Client deployment using Semi-Annual Channel Target installer. I noticed that Teams do not auto-update. What do I do to make Teams auto-update automatically on client computers?
06-02-2020 01:29 PM
@Dobongsoon Hello! Teams actually have it's own separate update process. Meaning it doesn't follow the M365 update channels interval. See the link for info and reference https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/microsoftteams/teams-client-update
06-02-2020 02:59 PM
@bec064 - Thank you. My understanding of that article is it is supposed to auto-update by itself. I also understand that it is not part of the regular office apps update. So I am asking for help on how I could make our Teams auto-update. It is not auto-updating. Maybe there is a setup I am missing, group policy or configuration? Thanks.
06-03-2020 02:48 AM
@Dobongsoon Would you mind explaining how your Teams clients are not updating? Describe the scenario please. Which version is installed and are all your users on the same version?
06-03-2020 10:28 AM
@bec064 - I deployed Office 365 Apps with Teams via SCCM Office 365 Client Management to our Windows 10 Enterprise machines. I use the Semi-Annual Targeted Channel. I deployed in November 2019. I noticed that since I deployed Office 365, Teams has not updated since it was installed. I have no problem with Office 365 updates. It gets updated via the updates I received from SUS/SCCM. But with Teams, it is not updating. The version is still from the date I originally deployed it. According to MS documentation, they don't even have an enterprise way to update Teams. I wonder how everyone is doing their Teams update that did not come from the Office installer?
06-03-2020 11:10 AM
@bec064 - We are in GCC but not High or DoD. What is the rule to that? Good question.
06-03-2020 11:42 AM
@Dobongsoon Hey, if you look at the link below and the second "important" square that starts with.
"If you're in a GCC High or DoD environment, currently you need to exclude Teams from being installed with Microsoft 365 Apps. Instead, you need to install Teams by using the separate MSI-based installer..."
That's maybe the reason you're having issues (you're not GCC High though).
06-03-2020 11:52 AM
@bec064 Thanks for the information. This is helpful. I will try to find more information about GCC.