Microsoft Teams is a powerful collaboration tool that allows teams to communicate, share files, and work together in real-time. However, if you don’t have access to Intune, you may be wondering how to enable Microsoft Teams for your organization. In this article, we will walk you through the steps to enable Microsoft Teams without Intune.
Step 1: Sign in to the Microsoft Admin Center
To begin, sign in to the Microsoft Admin Center using your administrator credentials. Once you are signed in, navigate to the Microsoft Admin Center.
Step 2: Navigate to the Teams Settings
Step 3: Enable Microsoft Teams
In the Microsoft Teams settings, you will see a section labeled “Microsoft Teams.” Click on the toggle switch to enable Microsoft Teams for your organization. Once you have enabled Microsoft Teams, you can customize the settings to meet your needs.
Step 4: Configure Microsoft Teams Settings
After enabling Microsoft Teams, you will need to configure the settings to meet your organization’s needs. You can customize the settings for chat, calling, and meeting features. You can also set up policies to control who has access to certain features.
Step 5: Assign Licenses
Once you have configured the settings, you will need to assign licenses to your users. To do this, navigate to the Users section of the Microsoft Admin Center. From there, select a user and click on “Licenses.” Scroll down until you see Microsoft Teams and assign the appropriate license.
Enabling Microsoft Teams without Intune is a straightforward process that can be completed in just a few steps. By following these steps, you can enable Microsoft Teams for your organization and start collaborating with your team members in real-time.