Request control disabled? Does this resonate with you? Have you had this team trauma? If so read on get the control over teams back.
Confirming your global admin settings
Do you remember that time when you were in a Teams meeting, sharing a screen and you try and give / request control and it is all greyed out!
You have a little internet search and you are being sent to your admin settings to change your meeting policy to allow the content sharing for internal / external participants.
That’s all very well but nothing changes! You restart Teams, you restart the computer and still nothing. The request control is still greyed out 🙁 You want to despair but fear not this ‘may’ be the answer.
Check your team settings
Another thing you can try is the settings in your teams client.
- Now for some unknown reason on a few computers we had to tick the Disable GPU Hardware acceleration option. Although this was unticked on a lot of people and working we decided to tick on the persons computer that was sharing and person trying to request the control.
A quick restart and it all worked! Happy people all round and no longer request control disabled 🙂
Why a teams blog?
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