Posts Tagged: Teams

Teams Coexistence Pitfalls

29th September, 2020

Chances are if you have been using Teams for long enough you have seen this in a chat. “The user is unavailable or offline. We’ve sent an email instead”

Guest Account conflicts with Exchange Online

15th May, 2020

Guest Accounts not receiving email notifications In truth, this blog could have been called anything.  Probably the Guest Account dilemma, but I have used that kind of title a few times now, none the less – it is a dilemma.  This is a blog I have been wanting to write for ages, because it has […]

Whiteboard in Office 365 and Teams

13th May, 2020

We were asked to investigate an issue for a client today where the Whiteboard app wasn’t available to Teams users in a Teams meeting. Here are the key requirements for enabling Whiteboard: Enable Whiteboard for tenant License the users Enable the Teams Policy Apply the Teams Policy to users Enabled Whitebard for the tenant. Head […]

Uninstall Microsoft Teams cleanly

22nd January, 2020

AutoStart Settings Go to Teams and set it to not auto-start, nor open in background, or stay open when running and don’t have it set for chat app. Once Teams is uninstalled cache files cleared and registry cleared, these should be moot. Uninstall Teams Quit Teams by right-clicking the Teams icon in the taskbar and […]

Office 365 Tenant to Tenant Migrations

13th June, 2019

Given the growth of Microsoft Office 365, tenant-to-tenant migrations were inevitable and have become more and more frequent.

Tenant-to-tenant migrations have essentially become the new Exchange and AD migrations we all know and love from the last 15 years.

If an Office 365 tenant-to-tenant migration is on your horizon then you are going to have to rely on good planning, 3rd party tools, manual tools and IT Consulting Services from trusted professionals, and that’s where Nero Blanco comes in.

Uploading Microsoft Office Templates to SharePoint

27th February, 2018

Introduction We have a current client that deal directly with blind and partially sighted people.  They have a customised Word Template where the default normal font must be Arial size 14 with Headings etc additionally edited for their needs as well.  (We also know many other client that use lovely nice corporate (paid-for) branding and […]