The things you can find when you’re not even looking for them. Recently I was enabling Skype Meeting Broadcast in Office 365 for a customer, and I wanted to verify if there were any other PowerShell commands available with the word “broadcast” in them to make sure I didn’t miss any configuration options. When I ran the command:

Get-Command *cs*broadcast*

I noticed a set of cmdlets for Get/Grant-CsBroadcastMeetingPolicy. I was surprised to see the option for broadcast meeting policies as I had always assumed Skype Meeting Broadcast was a feature that was either on or off for everyone in the tenant. Luckily that does not seem to be the case.

Read my full article over at the Perficient Microsoft Blog:

https://blogs.perficient.com/microsoft/2017/06/skype-online-managing-user-access-to-skype-meeting-broadcast/

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