Erwin Bierens

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End Microsoft Teams Meeting for all Attendees

As a Meeting organizer you now have the option to end your meetings for all attendees. For security it’s nice to see that you have control as a organizer but also in classrooms this is a great way to make sure your students don’t hang around in your virtual classroom after you’ve left. To end an active meeting, go to your meeting controls and select More options (…) Now click End Meeting You’ll be asked to confirm.

Disable Automatic Startup Microsoft Teams for Linux (Ubuntu)

This how to is written for debian distro based operating systems. During this test i’m using Ubuntu Desktop 18.04.3 LTS. Disable automatic startup In case you don’t want to automatically startup Micrsoft Teams you can use the following setting to change this behavior. Go to Menu > Search > Startup Applications preferences. Here you can disable or remove Teams startup.

Optimize Outlook for Microsoft Teams Meetings

Proper schedule of your meetings Are you facing the same issue as i did? For example: Meetings starting at full hour, and my previous meeting is still ongoing? There is trick to solve this issue (at least for your own meetings) with this setting. Go to your File in your Outlook client Select Options. Go to Calendar. With this setting, your meetings will decrease your meetings with 5 minutes. So you’ll have time to join the next one.

Skype for Business Server 2019 - Cumulative Updates

Last update: 2020-03-19 Check current version You can check the version of your current Skype for Business Server 2019 environment with the following cmdlet: Get-CsServerPatchVersion | ft -AutoSize CU Table In belows table you will find the CU versions for Skype for Business Server 2019, Links to CUs and release dates. Version Cumulative Update KB Article(s) Alternative Download link 7.0.2046.0 RTM Release N/A 7.

How to create a Channel in Microsoft Teams EDU

In this how to, I will show you how you can create your extra channel within your Team when you are using the Teams EDU. Once you have created a team, you’ll get a General channel. This general channel is mostly used for announcements and posting information for everyone to see. However, you can always create a new channel for specific purposes. You can do this by clicking on the dots next to the team name.