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Key Skype for Business Online Policy Settings

As I work more with enterprises adopting Skype for Business (SfB) Online in Office 365, many questions arise about setting user policies which govern which features which compliance, security, and resource usage.

There are many policies (about 12 that applicable to individual SfB Online users), and each type of policy can have many settings (52 for the Conferencing Policy for example), and it is difficult to know what settings are available, what the individual setting enables/disables, and which ones matter the most.

In my experience the 4 most commonly used SfB Online policies are:

Conferencing External Access Client Voice

The importance of each policy type will depend on what features . . . → Read More: Key Skype for Business Online Policy Settings

Tips for Managing Lync User Policies

On-going user management in Lync typically involves changing, deleting, and reassigning existing Lync user policies to specific groups of users to expose or limit features for such things as Conferencing, External Access, and Client capabilities.

When reassigning Lync user policies, you will likely need to select a subset of Lync users based on their current policy and then make follow-on modifications to those Lync user objects. This blog post contains tips on do this and how to properly delete existing user policies.

Finding and Managing Lync Users with an Existing Policy

User policy management in the Lync Server Management Shell will likely involved the use of the Get-CsUser cmdlet. This . . . → Read More: Tips for Managing Lync User Policies