How To Assign Meeting Of 14 People Limit On Sharepoint

In order to assign a meeting with a limit of 14 people on Sharepoint, you can follow these simple steps using the Microsoft Teams admin center or PowerShell.

Step 1: Use the Microsoft Teams admin center to assign a policy to an individual user or a few users at a time. Go to Users > Manage users and select the user(s) you want to assign the policy to. Edit the settings and choose the policy you want to assign.

Step 2: Alternatively, you can use PowerShell to assign the policy. Install the Teams PowerShell module and connect to it. Use the Grant-CsTeamsMeetingPolicy cmdlet to assign the Teams meeting policy to the specified user(s).

Step 3: If you want to assign the policy to a group, you can use the Microsoft Teams admin center or PowerShell. In the admin center, go to the policy page and select the policy you want to assign. Then, select Assign users and search for the group members to add them. Finally, select Apply to assign the policy to the group.

Step 4: In PowerShell, use the Grant cmdlet for the specific policy type (e.g., Grant-CsTeamsMeetingPolicy) to assign the policy to a group. Specify the group by its ID and set the ranking for the group assignment. Run the command to assign the policy.

These steps will help you assign the meeting policy with a limit of 14 people on Sharepoint.

Using the Microsoft Teams admin center to assign the policy to individual users or a few users at a time

To assign the meeting policy to individual users or a few users at a time, you can use the Microsoft Teams admin center and follow these steps:

  1. Log in to the Microsoft Teams admin center.
  2. Go to the Users tab and click on Manage users.
  3. Select the user(s) you want to assign the policy to by checking the box next to their names.
  4. Click on Edit settings.
  5. In the Meeting policy section, choose the policy you want to assign from the dropdown menu.
  6. Click on Apply to assign the policy to the selected user(s).

Note: If you need to assign the policy to a larger group of users, it is recommended to use the PowerShell method explained in the next section.

Using the Microsoft Teams admin center is a quick and convenient way to assign the meeting policy to individual users or a few users at a time. Remember to regularly check and update the policy assignments as needed to ensure all users have the appropriate settings for their meetings.

Summary

To assign the meeting policy to individual users or a few users at a time on SharePoint, you can use the Microsoft Teams admin center. Simply log in, manage users, select the desired user(s), edit the settings, and choose the appropriate meeting policy. This method is suitable for smaller groups of users. For larger groups, it is recommended to use PowerShell, which will be explained in the next section.

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Steps Description
1 Log in to the Microsoft Teams admin center
2 Go to the Users tab and click on Manage users
3 Select the user(s) you want to assign the policy to
4 Click on Edit settings
5 Choose the policy you want to assign
6 Click on Apply to assign the policy

Using PowerShell to assign the policy

If you prefer using PowerShell for assigning the meeting policy, here’s how you can do it step-by-step:

  1. Start by installing the Microsoft Teams PowerShell module if you haven’t already. This module allows you to manage Teams policies and settings through PowerShell commands.
  2. Next, open PowerShell and connect to the Microsoft Teams module by running the following command: Connect-MicrosoftTeams. This will establish a connection to the Teams PowerShell module.
  3. Once connected, use the Grant-CsTeamsMeetingPolicy cmdlet to assign the meeting policy to the desired user(s). You can do this by running the following command: Grant-CsTeamsMeetingPolicy -Identity "user@domain.com" -PolicyName "PolicyName". Replace “user@domain.com” with the user’s email address and “PolicyName” with the name of the policy you want to assign.
  4. If you want to assign the policy to multiple users at once, you can use a CSV file. Create a CSV file with a column labeled “UserPrincipalName” and list the email addresses of the users you want to assign the policy to. Then, run the following command: Import-Csv "C:\Path\to\file.csv" | ForEach-Object { Grant-CsTeamsMeetingPolicy -Identity $_.UserPrincipalName -PolicyName "PolicyName" }. Make sure to replace “C:\Path\to\file.csv” with the actual path to your CSV file and “PolicyName” with the desired policy name.

Using PowerShell to assign the meeting policy gives you flexibility and allows for bulk assignments. Make sure to check the official Microsoft documentation for more advanced usage and customization options.

Command Description
Connect-MicrosoftTeams Establishes a connection to the Microsoft Teams PowerShell module.
Grant-CsTeamsMeetingPolicy Assigns the Teams meeting policy to the specified user(s).
Import-Csv Imports a CSV file containing user information.
ForEach-Object Iterates through each object in a collection.

With the above steps and commands, you can easily assign the meeting policy using PowerShell, saving time and effort in the process. Remember to always double-check the policy name and user email addresses before running the commands.

Assigning the policy to a group using the Microsoft Teams admin center or PowerShell

If you need to assign the meeting policy to a group, whether it’s through the Microsoft Teams admin center or PowerShell, follow these instructions to complete the process successfully.

Using the Microsoft Teams admin center

To assign the policy to a group using the admin center, navigate to the policy page and select the desired policy. Next, click on “Assign users” and search for the group members you want to add. Once you have selected the members, click “Apply” to assign the policy to the group.

Using PowerShell

If you prefer to use PowerShell, you can assign the policy to a group by following these steps:

  1. Open PowerShell and install the Teams PowerShell module if you haven’t already.
  2. Connect to the Teams PowerShell module using the appropriate command.
  3. Use the relevant cmdlet, such as “Grant-CsTeamsMeetingPolicy”, to assign the policy to the group. Specify the group’s ID and set the ranking for the assignment.
  4. Execute the command to assign the policy to the group.

By following these steps, you will be able to assign the meeting policy with a limit of 14 people on SharePoint to a group using either the Microsoft Teams admin center or PowerShell. Choose the method that is most convenient for you and ensure a seamless process for assigning the policy.

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