Following are two Conferencing Policies which will enfore the features available to either a Standard CAL or Enterprise CAL user.
One issue I ran into was the Standard CAL user did not see Desktop sharing when attending a conference created by an Enterprise CAL user. Luckily this post on Lync Server Forums helped me out. It suggested setting two setting changes to enable this functionality:
- Set-CSMeetingConfiguration -EnableAssignedConferenceType $False
- Set-CSMeetingConfiguration -AssignedConferenceTypeByDefault $False
But, according to this MS site the “AssignedConferenceTypeByDefault” parameter has no effect if EnableAssignedConferenceType is set to False. So I set “EnableAssignedConferenceType” but did not set “AssignedConferenceTypeByDefault” and everything tested OK.
Conferencing Policy Settings: EnableAppDesktopSharing
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