Teams gateway service: domains and trust

Domain Hosting is mandatory for the Teams gateway service to be set up.  (This is how the Pexip Service distinguishes between each customer's Teams gateway service on the multitenant Cloud Service.)

If is the video domain chosen, the Microsoft Teams Virtual Receptionist for 2-stage dialing is at and direct dialing into the Teams meeting is via <ConferenceID>

Soft clients and/or video endpoints can be considered "trusted parties" and can enter a Teams meeting without the need for a meeting manager to manually admit/deny entry through the MSFT Teams Lobby if:

  • They are registered on the Pexip Service under the same company as the CVI Service for MS Teams, or
  • They are configured as Trusted Devices on the Pexip Service.


One company, multiple Teams tenants

The Pexip Service also supports multiple Teams tenants under one company. This means that...

a) all VTCs registered (with Pexip's Endpoint subscription), or

b) all VTCs not registered, but supported by the 'Trusted Devices' feature

...under one company will be able to bypass the lobby into multiple Teams tenants. All the Teams tenants will need to be set up according to the instructions described here.

Note that all tenants will also require separate domains, i.e. one Teams tenant per single custom domain.


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