On the last article, I explained how to activate the possibility to share the screen with external users using Microsoft Teams. But depending on the organization, you may want just a specific policy setting for a user(s) to have certain abilities on the Microsoft Teams Meetings.
Creating a Custom Policy
To create the New Policy that we’ll give the name of Contoso Policy follow the steps below:
- Open the Microsft Teams Admin center – https://admin.teams.microsoft.com/
- Click on Meetings > Meeting Policies
- Click to Add
- Fill the settings of the Policy – to know more about each option go to the next link.
- At the end of the form Save the Contoso Policy.
Adding User to the Policy
Now that our policy is created, we need to add the user(s):
- At the ribbon on Meeting Policies, click add a user.
- You can add the users by writing the email
- Select the user
- You can select all the users that you want to apply policy
- When finished apply the Contoso Policy to the user(s).
Check User Policy
- If you intend to check the users that are assigned on go to Users
- Click on the Filter option
- At the Filter Panel, select to Match all of these conditions
- Click on the dropdown Display name and select the Meeting Policy
- On the other dropdown select the Contoso Policy
- All the user with this policy will be shown there.
when I go the the Teasm Admin page it looks entirely different than what you show here. It wants to create some “workload” – Whatever that means – I have already sufficient workload.
IMHO, MS made a damn good job in complicating something simple!
The screenshot taken is similar to what is available today. Do you know if that tenant has any type of limitations on licensing?