Fix Microsoft Teams Error Code 4c7

Microsoft Teams Error Code 4c7: What does It mean, and how to fix it?

Usually, Microsoft Teams web is not affected by an error or bug, while the desktop app may have a lot of errors, including Microsoft Teams Error Code 4c7. Let’s start understanding all about this error code, including the steps that you have to do to resolve it completely from your screen.

What does mean of Microsoft Teams Error Code 4c7?

Microsoft Teams Error Code 4c7 means you are trying to sign in to Microsoft Corporate network, which is using Active Directory Federation Services (ADFS). This service does not allow users to sign in until it is not enabled to deploy on an intranet. This is not enabled by default, you have to enable it manually. 

Note: You must have a server manager on your system to fix this error code.

Enable Form Authentication to Fix MSteams Error 4c7

There are plenty of methods to Launch Server Manager but, we are going to discuss the easiest one.

  • Type ServerManager in the search and hit the enter button.
  • This will open the ADFS Microsoft Management Console.
  • Next, click on the authentication policies from the left of the screen.
  • Now, under the action section, click on Edit Global Primary Authentication.
  • Next, select Intranet and then select Forms Authentication.
  • Now, press OK to apply and save the settings you have made.

Also Read: How to Create a WiFi Hotspot in Windows 10.

What are the other methods to launch Server Manager?

Except via Run, some other methods are, using them, you can launch the server manager.

Use the taskbar to launch the server manager: The server manager shortcut is pinned to the taskbar by default. You just have to click on this and the server manager will open.

Use Start Screen: Click on the Start button, and you will see the server manager icon on the screen. Just click n the icon to open it.

Launch Server Manager

Cross-check if Microsoft Teams is turned off

Most often, it happens that the Microsoft Teams is turned off from the Microsoft 365 admin portal. So, just visit the admin portal, and log in using your credentials. Go to the Settings and search for Microsoft Teams and then, activate it for users type. Next, click on the Save button.

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