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In a test environment, I enabled the 2019 wave 2 preview features and then enabled the Teams integrations (both, from System Settings > General). However, it won't add any users to created teams other than the current user. Clicking on the Dynamics entity tab in teams shows a warning that reads, "The admin has not consented to use user sync feature, you can add them manually" but I'm not really sure where to go to consent to that.
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Sure... Here's a screenshot of the warning from within Teams after clicking on the Collaborate button in D365:
Please refer to this document:
You need to manually add users to the team.
Why, then, is it displaying an error message? It doesn't make sense it should be saying it isn't going to do something that it was never intended to do. Also, I didn't see anything in either of those links that explicitly referred to the "user sync" feature.
I can't reproduce this problem in my environment, so I'd like to recommend you raise a support ticket to get professional and timely help from Microsoft team.
Did Microsoft ever provide a solution for this?
Other than deleting the app and re-installing?
No, ultimately I did end up unmarking the options that enabled the integration in System Settings and then deleting the "Dynamics 365 Microsoft Teams Collaboration Integration" from Azure Active Directory (from https://portal.azure.com/#blade/Microsoft_AAD_IAM/StartboardApplicationsMenuBlade/AllApps/menuId/). Once I re-enabled the integration through System Settings (making sure to "consent on behalf of my organization" whenever prompted), it worked. I'm not sure went wrong the first time as I had followed all of the same steps, but it worked the second time.
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