Windows 10: Allow my organization to manage my device

Discus and support Allow my organization to manage my device in Windows 10 Ask Insider to solve the problem; Hello Everyone, I have a question, currently my work IT requested that in Microsoft Teams installed on my PC to check "Allow my organization to manage... Discussion in 'Windows 10 Ask Insider' started by /u/Darklightsss, Oct 20, 2020.

  1. Allow my organization to manage my device


    Hello Everyone,

    I have a question, currently my work IT requested that in Microsoft Teams installed on my PC to check "Allow my organization to manage my device". Noting that I do not have the pass for this Microsoft Teams account, since the IT input it whenever MS Teams logs out.

    Is there a consequence to this, and what is the access level they would be granted if I do so (what will they be able to do and see) .

    Thanks

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    /u/Darklightsss, Oct 20, 2020
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  2. No hardware listed in Device manager?

    I don't konw whathappend but in Device manager and in my Network connections there is nothing where there used to be a Modem listed and all my hardware in Device Manager. What happend and how do I fix this?


    Allow my organization to manage my device What%20the%20Crap.jpg
     
    AphexDreamer, Oct 20, 2020
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  3. Arun B J Win User
    'Allow a device to connect' is greyed out

    Hi,

    I understand your concern and will assist you to resolve the issue.

    I suggest you to follow the steps below and check if it helps.

    Step 1: Run Hardware and Device troubleshooter.

    Windows 10 has a built-in troubleshooter to check and fix issues with hardware and devices. I would suggest you to run this troubleshooter to check if the issue is with your USB Port. Refer these steps:


    • Press Windows key +X, select
      Control panel.

    • Change the view by option on the top
      right to Large icons.

    • Click on troubleshooting and click on the
      view all option on the left panel.

    • Run the Hardware and devices troubleshooter.
    Step 2: I suggest you to check the Bluetooth Settings and check if it helps.


    • Open Control Panel by clicking the
      Windows + X,

    • In the Control Panel search box, type
      Bluetooth, and then click Change Bluetooth settings.

    • In the Bluetooth Settings dialog box, click the
      Options tab and do any of the following:

    • To make your computer discoverable to Bluetooth enabled devices, select the check box for
      Allow Bluetooth devices to find this computer.

    • To allow you to add Bluetooth enabled devices to your computer, select the check box for
      Allow Bluetooth devices to connect to this computer.

    • To be notified when a Bluetooth enabled device is trying to connect to your computer, select the check box for
      Alert me when a new Bluetooth device wants to connect.

    Keep us posted on this issue so that we can assist you better.
     
    Arun B J, Oct 20, 2020
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  4. Dean213 Win User

    Allow my organization to manage my device

    Accidentally clicked "Allow my organization to manage my device" in Teams

    I've been working from home for a few months and recently needed to re-sign in to my Microsoft Teams app using my work credentials. I mistakenly blasted through the prompts and left the "Allow my organization to manage my device" box checked. This introduced
    a couple of problems:

    1. I do NOT want my work to have ANY access to my device

    2. Now when I try to unlock my device, the four-digit PIN I've been using for years is no longer good enough and needs to be changed by "my organization". I use a four-digit simple PIN as a small-step lock that is easy for me to type in. Upgrading to a six-digit
    PIN or a traditional account password as my primary unlocking does not suit my needs.

    I've been able to remove my work account from my Windows profile and signed into Teams again, this time leaving the box unchecked. However, even after rebooting, the PIN entry issue persists. I'm now concerned I don't have the necessary privacy and control
    over my own device that I used to have.
     
    Dean213, Oct 20, 2020
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