Finally!! I have been waiting quite a while to post this! Teams no longer uses the Ephemeral port range for its Source Ports. We now have defined Source Port ranges for media traffic and they match up with Skype for Business Online!! Documentation available here So lets get QoS'ing!!! You might see a common theme … Continue reading Microsoft Teams QoS PowerShell script to create Group Policy Objects !
Do you ever find yourself wanting an easier way to connect to different Office 365 tenants via PowerShell? Instead of dealing with a username/password prompt all the time, I have created a PowerShell script that allows you to select previously saved credentials to quickly connect PowerShell to an O365 tenant.
There seems to be quite a lot of confusion when it comes to voicemail services in Microsoft’s offerings, whether it be on-premise servers or in the Office 365 suite. Which is understandable, given there are a plethora of scenarios and they each have their own technical dependencies. In this article, I will be giving a … Continue reading Voicemail Options in Skype for Business, Cloud PBX, and Exchange (UPDATED)
*UPDATE* 9/12/2017 – found an issue with Windows 10 that requires an additional GPO setting for the QoS Policy. This info has been added to the end of the article. Now that PSTN voice capabilities have made its way to Office 365's Skype for Business Online product in the form of Cloud PBX, the topic … Continue reading Creating Skype for Business Online QoS Group Policy Objects with Powershell