03-18-2020 05:53 AM
03-24-2020 02:39 PM
03-25-2020 01:18 AM
@Kane_Ansell No we did not change any of the names. I have tried to manualy create groups with the same name and run a SDS sync to add the users but all this will do is create a duplicate team with the users added. The email address for the manualy created group is not the same as the SDS group but if you change it to match using powershell and then run a sync again you just end up with a duplicated group
03-25-2020 01:29 PM
04-06-2020 04:45 AM
@Schmiddi yes we now have all our Teams activated. It appears to be a Microsoft Issue relating to a provisioning delay at their end. We were applying the default policy packages to our users and for some this would fail to apply correctly. We created a custom set of policy's and applied this to our users and then all the teams activated. Microsoft are aware of the issue but last time we spoke with them they couldn't give a clear time frame for a resolution.
04-06-2020 04:58 AMSolution
@Kane_Ansell Originally we were applying the following policy packages to staff and students (Education secondary, education primary, education teacher). But these would fail so we ended up creating a Students Meeting policy, Students Live Events Policy, Students Messaging policy.
These policy's have exactly the same settings a the default Microsoft provided ones except we have created these rather than using the default policys.
Hope that makes sense and helps.
04-07-2020 11:53 AM - edited 04-07-2020 11:55 AM