M365 Changelog: Microsoft Teams: Roaming bandwidth control
Roaming bandwidth control is a new capability that allows admins to set dynamic bandwidth policies which are based upon the geographic location of users’ Teams clients. This allows admins to set more limited bandwidth controls for when users travel to remote or bandwidth constrained locations, and then relax limitations when they travel to a location with higher bandwidth capacity.
This message is associated with Microsoft 365 Roadmap ID 81350
When this will happen:
Microsoft will begin rolling out mid-March and expect to complete by end of March
How this will affect your organization:
The network roaming policy is not enabled by default, admin will need to configure the policy via PowerShell or Teams admin center to implement it.
Initially two settings from the Teams Meeting Policy will be included – AllowIPVideo, and MediaBitRateKb.
What you need to do to prepare:
Review your network roaming policy and configure as appropriate for your organizational needs.
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