Locate Azure AD connection in Settings

Parwez Wahid 0 Reputation points

I need to disconnect Azure AD in order to use Teams as a guest on my personal laptop.

I am following the steps which state:

  1. Click on the Start menu, then select the gear icon to open Settings.
  2. Navigate to Accounts > Access work or school.
  3. Locate your Azure AD account and select the connected domain.
  4. Click on “Disconnect” and confirm your action when prompted.

However on Step #3, I do not see where to located the Azure AD account.

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  1. Akhilesh 1,525 Reputation points Microsoft Vendor

    Hi @Parwez Wahid

    Thank you for reaching us!

    I understand that you are trying to disconnect your device from Microsoft Entra ID to use teams as a guest on Your personal device.

    By looking to the attached screenshot, it shows that your device is not joined to Microsoft Entra ID.

    If your device is joined to Microsoft Entra ID, it will show as below picture.

    User's image

    If you are using Windows 10 Home edition Microsoft Entra ID Join will not support.

    How ever if you want to use the Microsoft Teams as a guest in your personal device you don’t need to join your device to Microsoft Entra ID or disconnect from it. You can simply accept a guest invitation and sign into Microsoft Teams application with your login credentials.
    I hope this answer helps! If you have any further questions, please feel free to ask.

    Reference: https://www.microsoft.com/en-us/windows/compare-windows-11-home-vs-pro-versions




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  2. Parwez Wahid 0 Reputation points

    I have followed the steps to open Credential Manager and expanded the windows credentials.

    The screenshot is showing what displays.

    The account that comes up in the Teams login is pwahid@interscripts.com.

    The screenshot shows something else; uncertain if that is the one I should remove.

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  3. Parwez Wahid 0 Reputation points

    The problem I am having is like this:

    I get an email with a link to attend the meeting on Teams.

    I click the link and then a window opens where I click "Continue on this browser".

    Then a window opens with a login screen that has an email account already filled in.

    I am expecting a screen to display allowing me to continue as a guest.

    I cannot see how to get this resolved.

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  4. LiweiTian-MSFT 8,465 Reputation points Microsoft Vendor

    Hi @Parwez Wahid

    When a guest is invited to join a team, they receive a welcome email message. This message includes some information about the team and what to expect now that they're a member. The guest must accept the invitation before they can access the team and its channels. They can do this in the Teams client or by selecting Open Microsoft Teams in the email message.

    You do not need to disconnect Azure AD on your system, please note that after a guest is added to a team, it may take a few hours before they have access.

    If the answer is helpful, please click "Accept Answer" and kindly upvote it. If you have extra questions about this answer, please click "Comment".

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  5. Parwez Wahid 0 Reputation points

    I will present screenshots that will better describe what I am experiencing.

    First screenshot shows an email invite with Teams meeting link (circled in red).

    When I click that link a window opens where I click "Contonue on this browser".

    After I click "Contineu on this browser" I get a login window with an account name prefilled as pwahid@interscripts.com.

    I really want this to be where I would sign in as a guest. I am trying to find out to clear this.

    Does anyone have any solid answer?