It would be good to see a conferencing policy option that has a time limit setting for how long someone is able to control a machine, once they have passed the time limit they can request control again, This would be a useful security feature, as users may forget someone has control to their machine leaving the machine exposed.
There needs to be a method for Lync and QQ to talk. This may not be for everyday business use, but certainly extends the audience.
We need a policy or configuration tab under conferencing to control features of the Lync Web App Globally or at the Pool level.
- Option to turn off Audio on initial meeting join
- Configuration of timeout for users joined anonymously via Lync Web App
This is a feature that users of Jabber systems have as a standard feature and Lync Online does not have. I love Lync Online, but that feature would be great for our organization.
Having persistent chat would allow us to have a group chat window, opened all the time,... more »
This is useful to evaluate connection quality to Lync Online
I Would argue this is a very important feature that should be available for Lync On Premises as well
We have tools that help to acomplish similar tasks like Lync Pre Call Diagnostics and QoE Reports, but when it comes to anonymous users it does not... more »
While the Lync room system is extremely easy to use there are cases where it would be nice to enable protected meeting participation. A possible example would be to have a checkbox in the meeting schedule options that protects room system. When a person joins from a room the system prompts them for the passcode. The passcode should be easy to remember like maybe a conferencing PIN.
You have to drill down into offered calls and work it out on the SIP response codes. It would be a lot better if there was an "Unanswered Calls" column that you could drill down into. This would just need to show the call and why it wasn't answered.... more »
Right now, if you run this cmdlet, there is no output to the console unless you use -verbose. And even then, it's limited. It would be nice if there was standard test cmdlet output. It would be really nice if this cmdlet also supported pipelining, such as Get-CsKerberosAssignment | Test-CsKerberosAssignment.
I miss the GroupChats layout. On that the names were not taking up space between the messages and there was no "air" between the messages. This meant I could see three times as many messages on the same screen space. I could get the overview of a situation much faster, since I didn't have to scroll to get a bit more history.
People joining Lync meetings, either Online & On-Prem, could benefit from an audio file being played at entrance. This would confirm for them that they are receiving audio.
It would also take some pressure of the host to fill the silence before the meeting starts.
Would like to see a Lync Report for File Transfers which includes information on the file that was transfer, including name, date, size. Currently all I can see in L2013 reports is who sent a file to whom, with no additional info.