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I had the same problem. Here is how I solved this:
If not already installed, install the PulseAudio volume control tool (sudo apt install pavucontrol)
Then, while Microsoft Team is running, open the “PulseAudio volume control” application.
Go in the Recording tab: you should see a mic volume slider for “Skype” (The Skype engine is probably used in Microsoft Team).
(If you don’t see “Skype”, be sure “Applications” is selected in the dropdown at the bottom of the Recording tag.)
Move the slider just a little to the right or to the left.
Then redo a Call Test in Teams. Now it should work.
After that, you can put back the slider exactly where it was, at 100% (0dB) and close the PulseAudio tool.
Let’s check if your ID is not switching when you’re changing the password.
When you do the passwd command it should stay with no problem.
please run the following commands
info sudo teamviewer passwd [password] teamviewer
Please verify that TeamViewer info always show the same ID
Let’s us know the result so we can determine a solution for you.
This is a guide on how to configure an Ubuntu 20.04|18.04 & Ubuntu 16.04 LTS servers to authenticate against an LDAP directory server. LDAP is a lightweight client-server protocol for accessing directory services, specifically X.500-based directory services.
I expect you already have a running LDAP server, if not, use our guides below to set it up:
Once you have LDAP server configured and user accounts added, you can proceed to install and configure LDAP client.
Install and Configure LDAP Client on Ubuntu 20.04|18.04 & Ubuntu 16.04 LTS
Add LDAP server address to
/etc/hosts file if you don’t have an active DNS server in your network.
$ sudo vim /etc/hosts 192.168.18.50 ldap.example.com
Install LDAP client utilities on your Ubuntu system:
sudo apt -y install libnss-ldap libpam-ldap ldap-utils
Begin configuring the settings to look like below
1. Set LDAP URI- This can be IP address or hostname
2. Set a Distinguished name of the search base
3. Select LDAP version 3
4. Select Yes for
Make local root Database admin
5. Answer No for
Does the LDAP database require login?
6. Set LDAP account for root, something like
7. Provide LDAP root account Password
After the installation, edit
/etc/nsswitch.confand add ldap authentication to
passwd: compat systemd ldap group: compat systemd ldap shadow: compat
Modify the file
/etc/pam.d/common-password. Remove use_authtok on line 26 to look like below.
password [success=1 user_unknown=ignore default=die] pam_ldap.so try_first_pass
Enable creation of home directory on first login by adding the following line to the end of file
session optional pam_mkhomedir.so skel=/etc/skel umask=077
See below screenshot:
Test by switching to a user account on LDAP
root@server1:~# su - jmutai Creating directory '/home/jmutai'. jmutai@server1:~$ id uid=10000(jmutai) gid=10000(sysadmins) groups=10000(sysadmins)
That’s all. If you need advanced centralized user management platform, see