Hi Eric! Thank you for taking the time to jump in here. One thing I did not mention was that other browsers are allowing me to launch the Skype for Business Web App, but the problem I run into then is that I get a blank screen when someone is sharing their desktop, and there is also no audio, causing me to have to dial into the actual call as well. I did confirm this with Opera, Firefox and Chrome and will check with SeaMonkey and Waterfox as well, but have a low confidence level at this point.
Microsoft® Teams replaces Skype for Business Online as Microsoft’s professional online meeting solution. Teams combines instant messaging, video conferencing, calling, and document collaboration into a single, integrated app – and enables exciting new ways of working. The only way I have got this to work is using the Android Skype for Business app on my Chromebook with the Chrome Beta Android browser to click the link. The part where this doesn't work is 'Follow your browser's instructions for installing the Skype for Business Web App plug-in, which is required for audio, video, and screen sharing. May 06, 2015 Anyway, the important point: The “32-bit Version of Chrome 18.x” column says NO on Lync/Skype for Business Web App support, while the Internet Explorer 11 and “32-bit Version of Firefox 12.x” columns say YES. Chrome Does Not Like Lync/Skype for Business Web App. Plan Accordingly.
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