For Microsoft, promoting the transition to Teams has not been easy due to errors that the app faces during its usage hours. Users report, when they try to sign in to or activate Microsoft 365 apps, they see the following message –
Your organization has disabled this device. To fix this, contact your system administrator and provide the error code 135011.
Let’s try and fix this Microsoft Teams Error code 135011.
Microsoft Teams error code 135011
Microsoft Teams is all for giving options to its users to encourage user adoption and make the app, a new hub for collaboration and communication. However, most adoption plans are either postponed or at worse, ruined by error messages encountered during login sessions.
Microsoft Teams error code 135011 occurs when the device a user is attempting to log in with is either disabled or deleted by the Office 365 Administrator in Azure Active Directory (AD). See what you should be doing when you see this message.
- Go to the Azure portal.
- Sign-in with your login details.
- Choose Azure Active Directory.
- Go to Devices.
- Look at the list of disabled devices list in Devices.
- Select the device, when found.
- Choose the Enable option.
Note: If you are not an admin, you’ll need to contact your IT team for help or get access to the account.
Go to the Azure Portal and log in with your details.
Under Text labels, choose ‘Azure Active Directory’. Note, if the option is not visible to you, click the Show text labels button (visible as a double side-arrow mark) to display the list of options therein.
After selecting Azure Active Directory, choose the Devices option under the Manage section.
Select the disabled devices or search for them by name or device ID or object ID.
When found, select it and click the Enable button as shown in the image above.
Instantly, your problem will be fixed and you should no more see Microsoft Teams error code – 135011.
Hope that helps!
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