Disabled Office 365 Group Connectors only works in Microsoft Teams
Selected connectors which are enabled in Microsoft Teams are not replicated to Outlook.
In Outlook I can still use every connector, even when I only configured one external connector in Microsoft Teams.
This seems to be a bug otherwise I'm only able to disable the connectors for the whole Office 365 Group via the new PowerShell cmdlet.
Mudasar Syed commented
Need this feature also for us
Patrick Lamber commented
Just to add some more context to this request.
In enterprises, you might have the need to allow just a subset of third-party apps to be connected with your Office 365 assets. Requirements might come from IT-Security or data privacy. Reasons could be data leakage such as documents or identities with their properties.
As of today, you can control these apps using Teams policies in teams only.
Unfortunately, these policies apply only to Teams and not other group-based assets (SharePoint Online, Exchange Online, Yammer, etc.).
A centralized policy that controls all group-based services might be a good solution.
At customers I work for, we are facing this issue as well. It would be nice to have a centralised place to selectively enable/disable connectors for all Office 365 services.