Microsoft Teams Rooms (MTR) on Windows platform solutions are by far the most deployed Microsoft meeting room solutions today and there are many vendors to choose from such as the Poly MTR on Windows kits. The solution comprises key components such as a Windows PC running Windows 10 with the Teams Room application, a Touchscreen control panel as well as a number of Peripheral devices (camera, microphone, speaker). Many organization have policies that require Windows PCs to join the AD Domain and have Group Policy Objects (GPOs) assigned to improve the security of the device. This blogpost aims to assist administrators on what GPOs may safely be applied to an MTRoW device without losing any functionality and what GPOs will render the device unusable. It is a continuation of the previous blog post.
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