Linux-client, What setting controls loading sites in an external browser

Pieter van der Eems 1 Reputation point
2020-10-07T08:13:51.843+00:00

The ~/.config/Microsoft/Microsoft Teams/settings.json file is pretty big so I'm hoping someone here knows.
I'm looking for a way to disable the loading of redirects in an external browser. The reason for this is that the company I work for uses netscaler and after login teams opens the actual teams content in my browser and not in teams. And since my browser is Firefox I cannot use that.

Microsoft for some reason does something to make sure that in the web version of teams the webcam, mic and sound don't work in Firefox (although they work great in other web clients like Jitsi.meet)

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  1. Sharon Zhao-MSFT 25,131 Reputation points Microsoft Vendor
    2020-10-08T02:15:47.893+00:00

    @Pieter van der Eems ,

    If you log in Teams client without Netscaler, will Teams be loaded in external browser?

    I tested in my lab. I use the normal network without Netscaler. Teams can work well in desktop client. It seems that the redirection is not controlled by Teams side.

    It recommends you contact the Netscaler for further help.

    Thanks for your understanding.


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