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As regulated industry customers roll out Microsoft Teams to their users there is oftentimes a desire to lock the whole system down in order to prevent Guest Access until such time as the organization get their head around the processes and services they can put in place to ensure compliance. However, in such instances these same orgs initially may take a sledge hammer approach that not only prevents Guest Access to content but also will block the ability to chat and converse with external individuals who they need to collaborate with.
In this Michael on the Go I discuss the option to allow users to chat and meet with external users while locking down Guest Access temporarily during an initial roll-out. Below the video you will find content that can help you configure in your org.
- Let your Teams users chat and communicate with users in another organization
- Turn on or turn off guest access to Microsoft Teams