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It recently became possible to integrate Zoom right into Teams, allowing you to manage all your Zoom Meetings, start, schedule, join. You can use the Zoom integration in the Microsoft Teams app store, or the Zoom Meetings bot. You can launch meetings with the Microsoft Teams tab or bot. Users can also join Microsoft Teams meetings from Zoom Rooms. When a Microsoft Teams Room is joining a Zoom call, the Teams Room cannot add participants from their network while the meeting is underway.
 
 

 

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The easy answer is to simply have the Zoom user invite every needed participant through an email invite. So, if you plan to include a separate device dedicated to content sharing make sure the Zoom user invites that participant ahead of time.

Lastly, just like the Zoom Rooms connection, android based Microsoft Teams Rooms are not supported for joining a Zoom call at this time. The lack of support on android based systems, like the Poly Studio X Bars , is likely to change in the future as Microsoft continues to roll out updates to Teams. We know there is not a one-size-fits-all solution. Each unique situation requires a unique solution. We have Microsoft Teams experts and Zoom experts ready to assist you with any questions you may have.

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Close Search. Making the Connection. What You Need to Know. View best response. Keep an eye on the Teams Rooms Release Notes. They just added support to join Cisco WebEx meetings, so it’s likely Zoom won’t be too far behind. I actually just figured out a work-around for the time being. If you use the Admin password to log into the windows settings side of the Slice machine, you’re actually using a regular windows interface. You can then use a browser to log into any of these other services as usual and join meetings.

In my tests, the hardware webcam, mic, speakers all functioned normally. In essence, using the Slice with the regular PC interface instead of the touchscreen Teams interface.

The Microsoft Team had previously said “early ” I guess I’ll take late :. Jody Finch Is there any word on what hardware will support this feature? Don’t like just setting up a laptop with W10 and forcing users to either login as themselves or a shared account. Jody Finch thank you! When we checked our system a few weeks ago, this hadn’t yet been enabled. Is there an automatic software update that’ll be pushed to enable this functionality?

Be sure to go into your device settings Main Teams Screen ‘ I just saw that Graham Walsh wrote up a thorough how-to. Check that out astraitman. Nice job Graham. Jody Finch Thanks for the detailed response. I am using the Logitech Rally Plus it is a certified device. I do not see the option Settings for Meetings. The device is acting like a Room. I can use the proximity join feature as expected. He confirmed that his Rally’s are showing the option.

Jody Finch What device is he using for Teams Room? I have the Nuc with Tap. That screen does not look like mine. For example, I have a blue bar at the top. We do have web filtering via the Palo Alto. I excluded this device to see if that makes any difference. We are not a government tenant.

IF anything, we actually have first release enabled on all of our accounts and the tenant. I did log into the device as the admin. I am able to access the web.

Even downloaded Edge : No noticeable limitations. I just did a reset device and still not showing those options nor showing in TMR I assume this is referring to the Teams Admin. I tried all the third party conference bridge providers, which are recommended by Microsoft, however they tell me that there is no solution for this problem.

They are only there such that, the third parties can call into Teams meetings. This is especially important in regard to Teams rooms systems and Surface Hubs. Any advice is appreciated! Hi Kiril Use a third party for video conferencing interop. Best, Chris. You are correct you can’t from Teams call into a meeting hosted by Webex, Zoom or others.

And I’m not sure that you will be able to since all of these platforms offers a web client for meetings and that will be better for users. When you are using the CVI it will add some extra information in the invite that allows other systems to join Teams meeting, not the other way. For Microsoft Teams Rooms systems there will come and update that will allow you to join Cisco Webex and Zoom meetings from these devices, but it will not use the Teams software builtin to the device, it will instead use the Webex and Zoom web applications.

Cisco is one of the new partners to Microsoft that announced that they will release a Cloud Video Interop gateway, not sure exactly how or when. But this might allow you to join Webex meetings from the Teams client, but I doubt it. Cloud Video Interop allows other video systems like Cisco connect to Teams meetings. You will be able to join Webex and Zoom meetings from Microsoft Teams Rooms in a later update, but that is not available yet and it is only from meeting room devices not from the Teams application.

And the price for this CVI’s is high if you don’t use the functions, but many customers say that it is worth the price since they can continue use their investment on old conference room devices. And external people that you invite will also be able to join Teams meetings with other devices than Teams certified devices. Microsoft Teams Room systems will get that update so that they can join Webex and Zoom meetings, unclear when.

MTR is software from Microsoft and hardware from their partners. This works via federation, so you need to be in Teams Only mode which allowed federation and have federation enabled. Linus Cansby This update can’t get here quickly enough. It would solve so many problems at our office.

You can actually join a Zoom meeting from a Teams Room now. Tested it last week ago for a 3 hour meeting. The Zoom account must enable Skype integration on their end. Once that is done follow these steps on the Room System to join a meeting:. You should be connected and waiting in the lobby. You may need to turn on the camera and microphone on the Teams Room system if they appear muted.

EveretC Thank you. Unfortunately, this does not work on Surface Hubs. Products 68 Special Topics 41 Video Hub Most Active Hubs Microsoft Teams. Security, Compliance and Identity. Microsoft Edge Insider.

 
 

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