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Microsoft Teams Malfunction – Can the problems be solved?

There are currently problems with Microsoft Teams. How long has Teams been down and is there any current information about the disruption?

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Anyone who currently wants to use teams is confronted with a whole range of problems:

  • disconnections
  • Voices that sound like a robot
  • Messages or sent images do not load

A number of users are affected by the problems (via allestoerungen.de). There was also a bit of chaos in our editorial office early in the morning because people couldn’t hear or see each other.

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What can you do about the problems? Currently the problems seem to lie with Microsoft and the servers. The following tips have helped us and some colleagues:

  • In some cases it helps to restart your client on the PC and then reconnect to the server.
  • Some colleagues were better able to connect to Teams on their cell phone or mobile device, allowing them to attend conferences or other appointments.
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Another recommendation from Microsoft itself is to teach the Teams cache: First close Microsoft Teams, this is done using the icon in the taskbar at the bottom right. Next, select the following location and paste it into File Explorer: %appdata%\Microsoft\Teams. There you delete the entire contents of the folder. Then you start teams again as usual and log in again with your user data.

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Otherwise, the most important thing at the moment is: be patient and wait for the problems on the server side to be resolved and for the connections to work properly again.

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We will keep you up to date on how the problems and disruptions related to Microsoft Teams are progressing.

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