A new Microsoft Teams Meeting Room License is now available on Office 365.
For Surface Hub owners, this new license is great news -- it joins other Office 365 licensing options to help maximize your productivity and improve your meeting experience.


The new license is called ‘Meeting Room’ (SKU Part Number: MEETING_ROOM) under the SKU code: 6070a4c8-34c6-4937-8dfb-39bbc6397a60.


The complete bundle includes the following services:




MCOSTANDARD (0feaeb32-d00e-4d66-bd5a-43b5b83db82c)



MCOEV (4828c8ec-dc2e-4779-b502-87ac9ce28ab7)



TEAMS1 (57ff2da0-773e-42df-b2af-ffb7a2317929)



INTUNE_A (c1ec4a95-1f05-45b3-a911-aa3fa01094f5)



MCOMEETADV (3e26ee1f-8a5f-4d52-aee2-b81ce45c8f40)


When you purchase the new Meeting Room license, you will immediately have access to the full Teams bundle features and the ability to turn them on or off, as shown below:



This new SKU will allow existing Surface Hub customers to begin migrating to a modern platform, making the upcoming transition to Surface Hub 2S even more seamless:

  • No Exchange Online license is required for Meeting Room Mailbox.
  • Customers can run both Skype for Business and/or Teams with the full conferencing feature.
  • Customers can utilize Surface Hub’s preferred management tool with Microsoft Intune.
The transition to the new Meeting Room license is easy and immediate – no downtime or heavy PowerShell-lifting required. Customers that have already assigned other Office 365 licenses to a Surface Hub can now switch to this licesnse -- without losing any functionality.
If you’re creating a new Surface Hub account, this license greatly simplifies the set-up process. After creating the Exchange Online Resource Mailbox, you no longer need to run the Enable-CsMeetingRoom cmdlet from Skype for Business Online Management Shell. Assigning this license to the account (via Azure AD PowerShell or Office 365 Management Portal) automatically enables the account for Skype for Business Online and/or Microsoft Teams.
Remember that if you’re using Skype for Business as your preferred Communications app, running Enable-CsMeetingRoom has special features, such as Meeting room prompt for audio and Lobby hold, that you may want to preserve by running this cmdlet for new accounts.


Valued Contributor
Is this license also meant to be for other Teams Meeting Room devices, like Lenovos or Logitechs?

@Ivan Unger Yes, this license can be used for the entire range of Microsoft Teams Room Devices.

Senior Member

Today, with a Skype room system, when we try to assign a Phone Number (OnPremLineURI) , it fails if the object is defined as a meeting room (after enable-CsMeetingRoom). So each time we needed to assign a Phone number (after the meeting room was defined), we had to destroy the object (down to removing it from the AAD Recycle bin) and recreate the Exchange Room Mailbox, enable Skype for Business, assign the Phone number and enable it as a Meeting room.


With this new license, will this get easier ? As you mention that there is no need to enable the meeting room any more, will this have an effect on assigning a Phone number ?

Thank you


FYI: We are full SFB Online and use CCE for telephony integration ... Moving to Teams Direct Routing as soon as the real Media Bypass is available ;)


@Koen Van den Broeck  - The new license may not make things easier for traditional Skype for Business Online users; if you want the device to have the full Skype Room System features (lobby behaviour, etc.) you will still need to run Enable-CsMeetingRoom for that account.
If you don't run the Enable-CsMeetingRoom cmdlet, the account will still function (and you'll be able to easily assign a Line URI to it...).
If you need to assign an Online Line URI for a new account - the best option would be to set the Line URI before running the enable-CsMeetingRoom cmdlet.

Occasional Visitor


When will Meeting Room for GCC be available? I do not see this listed on the M365 roadmap

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Do we also need the additional Whiteboard license to use the new whiteboard app with surfacehubs or will it come bundled?




@LukeLawrence There are no additional licensing requirements for Microsoft Whiteboard on Surface Hub. Microsoft Whiteboard is a core feature of Surface Hub and is already installed on the device.