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Lt-Columbo asked JimmyYang-MSFT commented

A user is getting deleted from a Teams team

Hi all,

A company has an Office 365 tenancy.
In that tenancy they have a number of Teams teams.
There is a public team "Company".
There is a user that is added to that "Company" team but overnight that user is getting deleted from that team.
That user is not getting deleted from any other team except just "Company" one.

What could be the reason of that?

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JimmyYang-MSFT answered Lt-Columbo commented

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It maybe this team(Company) owner removed this member in this Teams organization. For more details about how to remove, you could refer to this article.


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@JimmyYang-MSFT,

The owner of the group didn't do that.
I added a user to that team as a global admin but the user still getting deleted.
I checked all teams the user in question is a member of and it happens only with "Company" team.
As I indicated in my first post the only difference is that all teams are private where the problematic one is public.
Could that be a reason?

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Lt-Columbo answered JimmyYang-MSFT commented

Issue was self resolved.

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Glad to see this issue can be resolved.

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