This Skype for Business policy setting disallows attendees to record meetings. To begin, you will first need to load the Skype for Business module then connect to the Skype for Business online service to set this command.
This is one of the settings which can only be configured by using Windows PowerShell.
#Skype for Business setting - disallow attendees to record meetings #This first command will import the Skype for Business module into your PowerShell session. Import-Module LyncOnlineConnector #Capture administrative credential for future connections. $credential = get-credential #Create Skype for Business session $lyncSession = New-CsOnlineSession -Credential $credential #Import session commands Import-PSSession $lyncSession #Disable Conference Recording Set-CsMeetingConfiguration -AllowConferenceRecording $False
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