Embedded SP site in Teams app, Stream not rendering

Copper Contributor

Hi All,


We have embeeded a SP site into teams with a personal and deployed company wide.  We have embedded Stream videos throughout the site.  Just this morning, we are unable to view stream content in the teams app and are getting the below, attached message.  After clicking the link to sign in it does nothing. 

The videos render fine on the Sharepoint site.  Does anyone have any ideas on how to correct this?

14 Replies

Hi @JWhite1114, I am unbale to repro the issue, it's working completely fine on our end. Could you please update to latest teams version.

Please let us know if the issue still persists.

@Sridevi-MSFT   We have updated to the latest Teams version however the issue still persists. 

@JWhite1114, Can you please provide the manifest.

@Sridevi-MSFTHere you are.  I appreciate your helping looking into this!


  "$schema": "https://developer.microsoft.com/en-us/json-schemas/teams/v1.9/MicrosoftTeams.schema.json",
  "manifestVersion": "1.9",
  "version": "1.0.7",
  "isFullScreen": true,
  "id": "2bece6c3-56a8-493d-98dc-63c6b02078b1",
  "packageName": "signetgroup.net.corporateintranet",
  "developer": {
    "name": "SIGNET",
    "websiteUrl": "https://signetgroup.net",
    "privacyUrl": "https://signetgroup.net/privacy",
    "termsOfUseUrl": "https://signetgroup.net/termsofuse"
  "icons": {
    "color": "color.png",
    "outline": "outline.png"
  "name": {
    "short": "Connect",
    "full": "SIGNET Connect"
  "description": {
    "short": "SIGNET Intranet",
    "full": "My awesome intranet application to embed modern SharePoint to Teams"
  "accentColor": "#1A2664",
  "staticTabs": [
      "entityId": "00001",
      "name": "Intranet Home",
      "contentUrl": "https://signetelec.sharepoint.com/_layouts/15/teamslogon.aspx?SPFX=true&dest=/sites/SIGNETInsider2/SitePages/Home.aspx",
      "websiteUrl": "https://signetelec.sharepoint.com/sites/SIGNETInsider2",
      "scopes": [
      "entityId": "about",
      "scopes": [
  "permissions": [
  "validDomains": [
  "webApplicationInfo": {
    "id": "00000003-0000-0ff1-ce00-000000000000",
    "resource": "https://signetelec.sharepoint.com/",
    "applicationPermissions": [


@JWhite1114, Please add complete url in destination for contentUrl and let me know if you still persists the issue.

"contentUrl": "https://{domainName}.sharepoint.com/_layouts/15/teamslogon.aspx?SPFX=true&dest=https://{domainName}.sharepoint.com/sites/Test/SitePages/Stream-Testing.aspx",

@Sridevi-MSFT   OK this is what is there currently


I should replace with this? 


@JWhite1114, Yes.


"contentUrl": "https://signetelec.sharepoint.com/_layouts/15/teamslogon.aspx?SPFX=true&dest=https://signetelec.sharepoint.com/sites/SIGNETInsider2/SitePages/Home.aspx",


Unfortunately the issue is persisting.

@JWhite1114, Are you able to render contentURL in browser.

Yes, content works fine in SP online as well as Teams web app... only issue is trying to view in the Teams client.

@JWhite1114,Please confirm are you using same tenant for SharePoint and Teams.

Yes we are. This issue only started happening a couple of weeks ago. It functioned fine until then.

@JWhite1114 - Sorry for the delayed response.  

If your bot has SSO credentials for app A then you can't open app B and expect SSO to work. We have restriction on one SSO credentials per app manifest.