Teams known issues on Linux
This article lists known issues that occur in Teams when it runs on a Linux system.
|Issue title||Behavior / Symptom||Known workaround||Discovery date|
|Issue running in parallel with VMWare workstation.||The Teams application experiences issues when it runs in parallel with a VMware workstation.||Not applicable||12/05/19|
|KDE notifications create new taskbar.||A notification on KDE creates a new window in the taskbar.||Not applicable||12/05/19|
|Package managers not showing change list.||The package manager doesn't show a change list as expected.||Not applicable||12/05/19|
|Can't launch Teams client in offline mode.||You can't start Teams Offline on a Linux client.||Not applicable||12/05/19|
|Device settings while in meeting/No microphone input.||When you change device settings in a meeting, the microphone indicator doesn't register any sound.||Not applicable||12/05/19|
|Webcamera is reversed.||In some notebooks, the camera is reversed when it's installed. Because the device drivers don't recognize this problem, video feeds are displayed upside-down.||
|Can't use Viva Connections features on Teams Desktop App.||Viva Connections isn't supported on Linux client.||Not applicable||2/9/22|
Microsoft is researching these problems and will post more information in this article when the information becomes available.
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