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How to Restore Deleted Items From a SharePoint Site 

When you delete items (including OneDrive files) from a SharePoint site, they’re sent to the site Recycle Bin (also called the first-stage Recycle Bin), where you can restore them if you need to. When you delete items from a site Recycle Bin, they’re sent to the site collection Recycle Bin (also called the second-stage Recycle Read More

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How to Set Your Status in Teams

When you want to change your status for a specific period of time—for example, to set “Do not disturb” for an hour of concentrated work—you can set a duration so that Teams will automatically reset your status at the end of the allotted time. Set a status duration Select your profile picture, select your current status, and Read More

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How to Enable Waiting Room and Change Participant Settings for a Teams Meeting

Microsoft Teams Although default participant settings are determined by an org’s IT admin, the meeting organizer may want to change them for a specific meeting. The organizer can make these changes on the Meeting options web page. Go to Meeting options You can access this page a few different ways, depending on what kind of meeting it is. Read More

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How to Sign Out of Teams Automatically

Situations I’m having issues with a shared computer where the user’s last login is loaded automatically if it’s not logged out, regardless of the windows profile logged in. Is there a way for us to log out of MS Teams automatically when the profile is logged off or when the computer is turned off? Solutions Read More

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How to Force Install Microsoft Teams With Intune Scripts

For some reason, Teams won’t install automatically with Office 365 deployment via Intune. I have created the below scripts and assigned them on Intune to force install Teams. Scripts: $registryPath = “HKLM:\SOFTWARE\WOW6432Node\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\Run” $Name = “TeamsMachineInstaller” $value = “C:\Program Files (x86)\Teams Installer\Teams.exe –checkInstall –source=default”      if (Get-ItemProperty -Path $registryPath -Name $name -ErrorAction Ignore) {   Read More