Hybrid Office 365 – On-Premises

Manage hybrid configurations seamlessly from a central dashboard without any coding.

Automate your work

Automate both simple and complex tasks. Create your own automated tasks.

Delegate tasks

Delegate IT tasks to non-IT users with total security.

License management

Manage your licenses more efficiently and reduce operating costs.

Large user communities

Manage even the largest communities of users.

Maximize your Microsoft 365 ROI

Save time and money managing your Microsoft 365 communities.

Manage groups

From full-scope audits, to intricate group
governance

Manage Team channels

Full visibility of public and private
Team channels

Manage licenses

Cost-saving features to tighten up license and service plan allocation

Manage OneDrive and document libraries

A central platform to manage sharing and access permissions, audit and more

Manage mail and calendar settings

No-code administration of mailbox permissions and settings, as well as events

Manage user accounts

From onboarding to user account closure and backup at scale

Teams Tip 18: Control if anonymous users can join meeting

In the Microsoft Teams Admin Center there is an option to allow or prevent anonymous users from joining Teams meetings.

In this series of quick tips we continue to spotlight a few easy ways to help you get more productive with Teams. Some of these may be new to you, while others may offer a helpful reminder of options you forgot were there.

To toggle this option On/Off, a Teams administrator or a Microsoft 365 global administrator must do the following:

  • Open the Microsoft Teams Admin center
  • Click Meetings
  • Click Meeting settings
  • Toggle Anonymous users can join a
    meeting

Note: If you allow anonymous users to join a Teams meeting, it is a good idea to configure a meeting policy that forces external users to wait in a lobby before joining the meeting.

See this post for the steps on how to do this.

Privacy Preference Center