July 15, 2020
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App\Client, Teams (formerly S4B)
- You are on Windows machine
- Unable to access Teams on the web app
- Getting an error when accessing Teams desktop or web
Microsoft teams won’t allow the user to sign in, getting error code caa70004
With Teams becoming more and more popular so as overlooked basic SaaS configuration. Consequently, Teams login issue and error code caa7000 are becoming more common.
Check your machine’s TLS
- Open Internet Explorer.
- Go to the Tools menu.
- Select Internet Options.
- Select the Advanced tab. After that, scroll down to the Security section.
- Check to see if you have TLS 1.1 enabled, TLS 1.2 enabled (checked). If not, check the box to enable it.
- Select OK.
- Close Internet Explorer
Check your custom domain’s DNS status
In this section, perform a look up using the URL below. Moreover, change the last part (YOURDOMAIN.COM) with your custom domain name.
For example, follow this link if you don’t see something like the screenshot below.
Lastly, sign in and run Lync Test Connectivity web tools by MSFT. In addition, add SfBOL’s SRV and CNAME records to your DNS host if you see failures in the results.
After that, wait for propagation then re-run the test after the changes.
Check if Teams apps and sub-services are enabled
Firstly, access the link below with your Global Admin credentials.
https://portal.azure.com/#blade/Microsoft_AAD_IAM/StartboardApplicationsMenuBlade/AllApps/menuId/ (All apps)
After then, find below application from the list and ensure they are enabled.
In conclusion, once everything above is considered in resolving the Teams login issue, check if you can sign-in to Teams web client or desktop client.