Jun 04 2020 06:26 AM
Jun 04 2020 06:26 AM
Is there any policy in Teams which can disable toll-free and Dial-out for whole organization?
Is it possible to create a policy in Teams and assign it to specific distribution group?
Jun 15 2020 05:01 PM
@Hasan Siddiqui I found this article in Microsoft Documents that may be helpful: https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/microsoftteams/disabling-toll-free-numbers-for-specific-teams-users
Jun 16 2020 07:18 AM
@ShellyFigueroa Hi Shelly, it is talking about specific users. Not by policy for specific groups.
Jun 16 2020 07:45 AM - edited Jun 16 2020 07:47 AM
@Hasan Siddiqui Hello, the outbound calling restriction policies for Audio Conferencing and user PSTN calls are also applied on a per-user basis. So both are per-user (disabling toll-free numbers and this one) at least according to the MS docs.
Maybe you could use a policy package, have to do some research.
Apr 06 2021 06:00 AM
@ChristianBergstrom Is there any update on this? We'd like to turn off toll-free for all users by default, and only enable for select users. As is, we are running a PowerShell script to turn it off for everyone except users within a CSV, and it keeps failing (despite multiple retry attempts). Please advise.
Apr 06 2021 12:00 PM
@FrankBastone Wow, can't even remember I replied to this topic tbh! Especially since I never use these policies. Anyway, I had to refresh myself and from what I can tell you can use Outbound call restrictions - Audio Conferencing & PSTN calls - Microsoft Teams | Microsoft Docs together with Grant-CsDialoutPolicy (SkypeForBusiness) | Microsoft Docs (even to all users in your organization).
When it comes to disable the toll-free numbers I really don't know if you can set it for all users at once with a simple command as with the Grant-CsDialoutPolicy. Did a search and found this Disabling Toll Free Dial In Numbers in Microsoft Audio Conferencing – Ten Thirty One
Let me ping @Linus Cansby who perhaps knows more about it.
Linus, Set-CsOnlineDialInConferencingUser and the AllowTollFreeDialIn $false to all users require some manual PowerShell scripting as per the link above and what @FrankBastone is using, correct?
Apr 07 2021 05:50 AM
@FrankBastone Could this be something you are looking for:
1. Create a CSV file with header UserPrincipalName and one UPN per row below.
2. Run .\Teams-AllowTollFreeDialIn.ps1 -Users C:\Temp\Users.csv -AllowTollFreeDialIn $false
Apr 07 2021 08:13 AM
Apr 07 2021 08:16 AM