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About the Teams integration

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You can integrate Workspace 365 as an application into Microsoft Teams. In the next section, we will guide you through the steps.

To enable Single Sign-On, we have added a few more steps to our previous instruction: adding the "webApplicationInfo" and "validDomains" to the manifest.json file, creating a scope defined by this API and authorizing the client application in Azure AD.



As an admin, make sure that the Workspace app is available in the Teams App Store for the users in your tenant. Furthermore, the manifest.json ZIP file is required including the app icons. It can be found under the Downloads section and is only available to our partners.


Known limitations

There are some known limitations in opening applications from the Workspace app in Teams. This includes opening applications with external links/shortcuts e.g. Power BI or Zendesk (due to security reasons), but also opening local applications. This is relevant to both mobile and desktop devices. You may receive an error message that your browser is blocking the application or none at all. We are currently looking into this.


App is blocked (white/black screen)

It could be the case that the Workspace app in Teams is being blocked by CSP. This results in a white (or black) screen. Self-hosted partners can resolve this issue by adding the following headers to the web.config:

<add name="Content-Security-Policy" value="script-src * 'unsafe-inline' 'unsafe-eval'; frame-ancestors 'self' * * *; " />

The web.config is located at: "C:\inetpub\wwwroot\*\Workspace 365\Web.config". 

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