The Microsoft team can be used as a stand-alone app, with no subscription required. You do not even need a Microsoft 365 subscription. The application will not allow you to use all of its features, but for native messaging, online conferences, and file sharing and collaboration, it will work fine. If you have a personalized Microsoft 365 subscription, you will still receive a free version of Microsoft Team. You have to upgrade to take advantage of its more advanced features. However, users with enterprise licenses have access to the premium features of the Microsoft team.
Microsoft Team Admin Center
The Microsoft team is quite a complex app, especially if you are using its enterprise version. It is for large organizations and provides extensive control over users, as well as the files that are shared and the features enabled. Setting all of this up is not possible with the Microsoft Team Settings. Instead, there is a comprehensive console that is available to manage users, policies, permissions, and more.
The Microsoft Team Admin Center can be directly accessed.
- open your Browser.
- Go to this link
- sign in Together Admin account for Microsoft teams.
Access through Microsoft 365 Admin Center
The Microsoft Team Admin Center can also be accessed from the Microsoft 365 Admin Center.
- go to Microsoft 365 admin center.
- Sign in with an administrator account.
- In the left-hand column, Click on ‘Show All’.
- Click on ‘Microsoft Team’.
- a New tab will open And take you straight Microsoft Team Admin Center.
If the Microsoft Team page opens, and it shows you a ‘FAILED_TO_AUTO_DISCOVER_DOMAIN’ error, it means that you are not using the correct account to sign in and access it. Click Sign out and sign in with the correct account. If you are not sure what the correct account is, talk to your system administrator or sign in to the Microsoft 365 Admin Center with the account used with that subscription. Go through the list of users to find your user account, and then sign in to it.
Only users with administrator access can open the Microsoft Team Admin Center.
Microsoft 365 vs Microsoft Team Admin Center
Controls available in the Microsoft 365 Admin Center e.g., to manage users, add users, delete users, enable add-ons, assign roles, etc. are similar to controls that you would see in the Microsoft Teams admin center.
This does not mean that the Microsoft 365 Admin Center is a stand-in for the Microsoft Team Admin Center. The Microsoft Team Admin Center has many other settings and is only accessible if you have upgraded the Microsoft Team.
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