The file is locked error message in Microsoft Teams is not very specific, so it is difficult to evaluate the problem or the solution. However, if you do not mind trying a few options, find them here in the post below.
Microsoft Teams Error – The file is locked
Microsoft team users can meet Sorry, we have encountered a problem, the file is locked. problem. If you experience this problem, try these solutions to resolve the error:
- Leave the team and join her
- Clear the Microsoft Office cache
- Try to open the Microsoft Teams file from SharePoint
1) Leave the team and join her
You can leave a team at any time simply by accessing the team name by clicking More Options (visible as 3 horizontal dots and selectingLeave the team'Option.
Later, you will be able to follow the same procedure again to join the team.
Please note that even if you can leave a team on your own, only an administrator can remove you from an organization or team at the organization level.
2) Clear the Microsoft Office cache
The Office cache contains the files that the Office uses to make sure your changes are saved in the cloud. Sometimes, when you use Office with other applications in the cloud, it is possible that applications will not respond and fail to synchronize properly before closing Office. This process may unwittingly corrupt or corrupt your Office cache. As such, it is best to clear the Microsoft Office cache.
Launch & #39;File Explorer'And go to the following address:
AppData Local Microsoft Office 16.0
This path concerns Office 2020. It may vary depending on your version of Office.
There, open the OfficeFileCache folder and delete any files that start with DSE and FSF.
When finished, try again to access the teams through the Office administrator and check if the problem is resolved.
3) Try to open the Microsoft Teams file from SharePoint
SharePoint is the content service that feeds the default experience of files (tab) into teams. So, to correct this error, you can try to edit the affected file from SharePoint.
To do this, open the library with the file that you want to extract to SharePoint.
Then click on the ellipse (…) in the toolbar, then click on 'Check-out & #39;.
When done, try to open the same file in Microsoft Teams.
Hope your problem has already been solved.