If I grant a user a Teams communications Support Engineer role, Will he have permission to access and use Network Planner in Microsoft Team Admin Center? If NO What're the Permissions and roles required to use Network Planner in Microsoft Teams?
In Microsoft Teams, to be able to use Network Planner, you must have one of the following roles:
So in your case, this user will not be able to use NetWork Planner, and you should assign its role in Azure Active Directory Admin Center to one of the following roles:
It would be also great to know the main differences between Teams Service Administrator and Teams Communications Administrator.
Teams Service Administrator can manage the Teams service, and manage and create Microsoft 365 Groups.
Teams Communications Administrator can manage calling and meeting features within the Teams service.
Below are the main differences between Teams Communications Support Engineer and Teams Communications Support Specialist.
Teams Communications Support Engineer can troubleshoot communications issues within Teams by using advanced tools.
Teams Communications Support Specialist can troubleshoot communications issues within Teams by using basic tools.
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