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Later this year Microsoft Teams will support a Direct SIP connection (bring your own SIP) with SBCs on-premise.
You will require a certified SBC from Ribbon (Sonus) or AudioCodesOther SBC vendors may be added in the futureMicrosoft Teams and Phone System licences, or E5 license
Besides the primary Direct Routing scenario, we anticipate customers will want to use this capability to integrate with other 3rd party voice applications. There are several additional scenarios:
Easy Transition to Calling in Teams. By integrating with an existing PBX, pilot users can be moved to Calling in Teams while users remain on their legacy PBX. Eventually all users can be easily transitioned to Calling in Teams. The call traffic between these users during the transition stay within the organization.
Telephony System Inter/Op. While users are being transitioned to Calling in Teams, Call Center agents can continue to use their application. Direct Routing enables both use cases to coexist. The cal…
It can be happen that Teams or Skype for Business do not display the "Umlaute", special charades correctly (e.g. ö, ä, ü é,°) and so on.
This is Teams and Skype for business required UTF-8 decoding, which is the SIP Standard in any IM invite. If your encounter this problem, change your windows back to the UTF-8 encoding mechanism.
Follow the steps below to set up non-unicode language in windows 10 1. In search tab type "Region" and press enter. 2. In new window select "Administrative" 3. then click on "change system locale" 4. Select the language.
OR and try Outlook too. Else its recommended to repair or even reinstall Office.
Best for us is, that we 1st can slowly prepare for the shift from SfB to Teams. Therefore, it is not possible managing policies easily within this new Admin Portal. This portal is under constant development and will further grow over the comming month.
NOTE:When the migration of these settings is complete, we’ll disable them in the Office 365 Admin center and the Skype for Business Admin center. Admin Center Features:Microsoft Teams messaging policy: Create policy for user-level management of the Microsoft Teams client experience for Messaging scenarios.Microsoft Teams interop policy: Configure the interoperability experience between Skype for Business and Microsoft Teams.Microsoft Teams guest messaging settings: Control the messaging capabilities for guest accounts in Microsoft Teams. Federation settings: Manage the federation betw…
There is an update regarding MFA Multi Factor Authentication.
If you are guest with a different Tenant, the MFA Settings are now reflecting the settings of all tenants in a different way. Each MFA setting is reflected and you can setup your MFA device as per tenant and the admin settings allow.
One-time bypass is the solution: The one-time bypass feature allows a user to authenticate a single time without performing two-step verification. The bypass is temporary and expires after a specified number of seconds. In situations where the mobile app or phone is not receiving a notification or phone call, you can allow a one-time bypass so the user can access the desired resource.
Browse to Azure Active Directory > MFA Server > One-time bypass. Select Add. If necessary, select the replication group for the bypass. Enter the username as firstname.lastname@example.org. Enter the number of seconds that the bypass should last. Enter the reason for the bypass. Select Add. The time limit goes into effect immediately. The user needs to sign in before the one-time bypass expires.
View the one-time bypass reportSign in to the Azure portal. Browse to Active Directory > MFA Server > One-time bypass.