Dec 10 2019 07:44 AM
Dec 10 2019 07:44 AM
Has anybody else noticed that, when Microsoft offers use to modify meeting options on Teams meetings:
But this seems to have negative impact to dial-in users. Even I have a policy:
AllowPSTNUsersToBypassLobby : True
AllowOrganizersToOverrideLobbySettings : False
Dial-in users still end to lobby, until end-user change the meeting options from "people from my organization" to "Everyone".
This is even a bit more sad, that we have defined to not allow end users to override lobby settings (second config on policy), but obviously still they can do it.
And the last part, by default "who can present" is set to "everyone"? :o
But has anybody found the place to control that?
Dec 10 2019 12:50 PM
"Everyone" is the only mode that will allow dial-in users to bypass lobby. The settings you do in TAC is what default settings should be used but users can still change them per meeting.
No, no way currently to change the "Who can present" setting centrally.
Dec 10 2019 02:09 PM
Not sure if I follow you. I believe Microsoft has forgot that "anonymous users" and "dial-in users" are not normally handled in same way.
The TechNet documents says:
Determines whether a PSTN user joining the meeting is allowed or not to bypass the lobby. If you set this parameter to True, PSTN users are allowed to bypass the lobby as long as an authenticated user is joined to the meeting.
(source: Set-CsTeamsMeetingPolicy )
Dec 11 2019 08:12 AM
Dec 11 2019 08:49 AM
Question is still, I have defined: AllowPSTNUsersToBypassLobby $true. For me this means that all PSTN callers should be able to join to the meetings without lobby. But even so this still requires that users need to set "everyone" on the meeting options. And when they do so, then that allows also anonymous users to join to meeting without lobby, and this is something which we do not want.
For me the current behaviour looks like the teams meetings do not respect the policy. Or I'm totally lost :D
Dec 11 2019 11:35 AM
If you set AllowPSTNUsersToBypassLobby to $true you should also set AutoAdmittedUsers to $true. Since AutoAdmittedUsers will override the other setting. Maybe more clear in the TAC
If you set the policy like this:
Dec 11 2019 11:24 PM
@Linus Cansby wrote:
If you set the policy like this:Teams users outside of your organisation will be placed in the lobby but PSTN callers will bypass the lobby.
Have you tested that? As this is our settings:
And still dial-in users end into lobby.
Dec 12 2019 09:39 AM - edited Dec 12 2019 09:40 AMSolution
Could be that the setting is not rolled out yet. Bypass lobby is listed as coming soon:
Dec 18 2019 11:28 AM
@Petri X Agree, or not show the setting in TAC.
There is an update related to this coming in Q2.
Feb 26 2020 04:55 AM
I also configured that in my policies. It should work - why else is there the possibility to configure it
Also the uservoice says (public)
And the help page also states
How can it be still in development?!