Teams: Check client version using PowerShell

An easy way to check MS Teams version is in the client by going to About > Version: The version will be displayed near the Command Box: The MS Teams client is installed per user and the version is stored in the settings.json file: %AppData%\Microsoft\Teams\ Using PowerShell we can convert JSON files to PowerShell Objects: PowerTip: Convert JSON … Continue reading Teams: Check client version using PowerShell

Microsoft Teams Rooms Update List: July 2019

Please note that the Skype Room System V2 was rebranded to Microsoft Teams Rooms on January 2019, for more info please check: Introducing Microsoft Teams Rooms Here is the update list for the Microsoft Teams Room: Download the latest Microsoft Teams Room Deployment Kit Version Release Date More Info 4.0.105.0 July 18, 2019 Release Notes … Continue reading Microsoft Teams Rooms Update List: July 2019

How to disable Microsoft Teams from Startup

Update 2017/03/07 - Now we can control the start up behaviour with an application setting. Although we use Microsoft Teams every day we might not want to run it on startup. MS Teams now has this two options, we need to go to Settings > General > Application: We simply disable Auto-start application , if we don't … Continue reading How to disable Microsoft Teams from Startup

Microsoft Teams: Desktop and Web Client Log Location

Update 2017/11/16 - New keyboard shortcuts for Web Client. Microsoft Teams preview was recently released and to help troubleshooting we need to verify the log and media trace files. The Microsoft Teams Desktop Client logs are located in: Windows %AppData%\Microsoft\Teams\logs.txt Mac ~\Library\Application Support\Microsoft\Teams\logs.txt And the Media ETL traces are located in: Windows %AppData%\Microsoft\Teams\media-stack Mac ~\Library\Application Support\Microsoft\Teams If we … Continue reading Microsoft Teams: Desktop and Web Client Log Location