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Microsoft Expands Virtual Machine Controls on Teams

Microsoft Teams has become a really crucial aspect of how work is done these days because of the fact that this is the sort of thing that could potentially end up allowing people to work in a more or less remote manner. That is highly desirable while we are in the midst of a pandemic, but there have been certain roadblocks along the way such as some users having older machines that are not compatible.

Microsoft has attempted to solve this issue through Azure Virtual Desktops which can help workers with older PCs obtain enterprise level security. With all of that having been said and now out of the way, it is important to note that this also reduces the functionality of teams such as in situations where you might need to take control over someone else’s computer or alternatively collaborate with others by giving them control over your machine as well for the most part.

The good news is that the tech giant is now rolling out a solution for this obstacle by expanding user controls for those that are utilizing the virtual desktop. People that use Azure Virtual Desktops will now be able to take and give control in a way that only physical machines had previously been capable of and this can expand their benefits in a pretty significant way with all things having been considered and taken into account.

According to the roadmap that Microsoft 365 has laid out, people should expect to receive an update that will make such a thing possible for them by March of 2022. Being able to modify documents and control presentations with people that you are working alongside is rather important for most remote workers, and this has the potential to really boost adoption rates for Teams down the line. It will be interesting to see if users actually get to improve their working conditions once this update has been rolled out.


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