New teams not in defender for endpoint

Loïc 80 Reputation points

Hello everyone,

In the company we're curently moving from teams classic to new teams. However I don't see the new teams in defender.

Is the new teams not visible in defender for endpoint ? I can no longer see vulnerabilities and who has the new teams installed.

Thanks for help, have a nice day

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A Microsoft customizable chat-based workspace.
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An Azure service that provides threat protection for workloads running in Azure, on-premises, and in other clouds. Previously known as Azure Security Center and Azure Defender.
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  1. JiSheng-MSFT 855 Reputation points Microsoft Vendor

    Hi @Loïc

    According to our test, there is an issue where new Teams is not visible in the defender for endpoint.
    In our Microsoft Feedback forum, there are users who have reported the same issue. Please cast a vote to get this feature as soon as possible. Many features of our current products are designed and upgraded based on customer feedback. As such demand increases, this issue is likely to be released in the future.
    If you want to monitor Teams for vulnerabilities, you can try to use Windows Defender Application Control application tagging policies for New Teams.
    Thanks for your understanding and support.

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  1. Shabana Sohail 321 Reputation points

    You're right, Microsoft Defender for Endpoint (MDE) currently doesn't differentiate between Teams classic and the new Teams experience. It treats them as the same application.

    Here's what you can do:

    1. Monitor Overall Teams Usage: You can still monitor overall Teams usage. This can help identify any spikes or changes that might indicate a shift to the new Teams experience.
    2. Alternative Vulnerability Management: Consider using other vulnerability management tools alongside MDE. These tools might offer more granular visibility into specific applications and versions.
    3. Track User Feedback: Encourage users to report any issues or changes they experience with the new Teams version. This can provide indirect information on adoption.
    4. Stay Updated: Microsoft is constantly improving MDE. Keep an eye on official resources for updates that might include more detailed application version tracking in the future. Here are some helpful links: What's new in Microsoft Defender for Endpoint: Microsoft Defender for Endpoint: I hope this helps!
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