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RexWinkler-8416 asked SharonZhao-MSFT commented

Is it possible to have a teamsuser on the lan but block their access to their teams from home on the internet?

We have some users that we need to block Teams access from home, is that possible and if so, how?

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pvanberlo answered SharonZhao-MSFT commented

Yes, however, it would require that you be able to identify your LAN. Azure AD Conditional Access can be used together with Named Locations to accomplish this. More info can be found here.


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@RexWinkler-8416,

Agree with pvanberlo. You should define your name location and set up corresponding Conditional Access policies to block location of users’ home.

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So the only way is to use Azure?

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pvanberlo avatar image pvanberlo RexWinkler-8416 ·

Correct. There’s currently no other way to control this directly from Teams.

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@RexWinkler-8416,

If pvanberlo's suggestion helps, please feel free to accept his answer to benefit more people with the same question.

Have a good day!

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