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How to change the duration of a team session?

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Hello, I have the following requirement.
I need to configure the time that a session lasts in Microsoft Teams, to be able to schedule a session that lasts 45 minutes. is it possible using some group policy?

 

Any ideas.

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best response confirmed by Hugomiranda7904 (Regular Visitor)
Solution
No, that's not possible afaik. There is no "maximum duration" that you can configure for a Teams meeting. If you schedule meetings via Outlook, you can configure defaults for the start/end meeting early values under Options > Calendar > Calendar options, but those do not apply to meetings scheduled directly from Teams.