Microsoft has released version 4.5.0 of the Teams PowerShell Module.
Microsoft Teams PowerShell Module (TPM) versions in the 4.x.x series or later are the only versions supported now. All earlier versions are fully retired since June 15, 2022 & will stop working (Message center post for reference - MC350371).
It’s recommended to update to the latest Teams PowerShell Module version.
Update your module by the following cmdlet:
If you encounter problems you can use the -force parameter. For more info about installing the Microsoft Teams PowerShell module, follow this link.Continue reading
Updating Homebrew and your installed packages? Homebrew is a popular package manager for Mac that easily allows users to install and manage command line tools, apps, and utilities, typically familiar with the Linux and Unix world. Because it’s a package manager, you won’t need to manually build anything from source. So let’s cover the update process for homebrew and it’s packages.
For those who are not familiar with Homebrew check the page LinkContinue reading
While native Microsoft Teams phone devices provide the complete Teams user experience, we still met customers with an bunch of legacy SIP devices. In order to help these customers with their migration to Microsoft Teams, Microsoft has launched the Teams SIP Gateway. This is a cloud service that enables core Teams calling functionality on compatible SIP phone models from Cisco, Poly, Yealink and AudioCodes.
I’m going to describe the steps on how to provision SIP phones for Teams calling using this SIP Gateway with a Cisco CP-7841 IP Phone.Continue reading
The use of a good headset ensures that you are comfortable during meetings, that you can be well understood by your colleagues and customers (without any noise) but also that you can hear what is said by others and you are not disturbed by environmental sounds.