Microsoft Teams is a popular collaboration tool used by many organizations. However, there may be instances where you need to remove it from all users on your network. In this article, we will guide you through the process of removing Microsoft Teams from all users.
Step 1: Open the Microsoft Teams Admin Center
To begin, open the Microsoft Teams Admin Center by logging in with your administrator credentials. Once you are logged in, navigate to the “Org-wide settings” section and click on “Teams Upgrade.”
Step 2: Disable Auto-Upgrade
In the Teams Upgrade section, locate the option to disable auto-upgrade. This will prevent Microsoft Teams from automatically upgrading for all users on your network.
Step 3: Remove Microsoft Teams Licenses
Next, navigate to the “Licensing” section of the Microsoft Teams Admin Center. From there, select the licenses that include Microsoft Teams and remove them from all users on your network.
Step 4: Remove Microsoft Teams Applications
After removing the licenses, navigate to the “Apps” section of the Microsoft Teams Admin Center. From there, select the Microsoft Teams application and remove it from all users on your network.
Removing Microsoft Teams from all users on your network can be a straightforward process if you follow these steps. By disabling auto-upgrade, removing licenses, and uninstalling the application, you can ensure that Microsoft Teams is no longer available to any user on your network.