How to disable recording disclaimer before a meeting recording?

Copper Contributor

I work with Reporters in Media, having the recording disclaimer played each time before they start a meeting recording can jeopardise their work. Hence, I am looking to find a way to turn off the disclaimer. 

Note: In Canada, we have the one-party consent rule; one participant can record without informing the others. And of course, we still maintain reasonable level of privacy. 

Any work around would be appreciated. Thank you. 

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To disable the Recording Notification -
Log into PowerShell following the steps in Step 2 above, and run "Get-CSTeamsComplianceRecordingPolicy"
Make a note of the identity as you will need this for the next command:
Set-CSTeamsComplianceRecordingPolicy -Identity {Everything after, but not including TAG:} -DisableComplianceRecordingAudioNotificationForCalls $true
To check this has worked, run "Get-CSTeamsComplianceRecordingPolicy" again.
You will notice that the switch has changed to True for this option.

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This will disable the audio announcement only. It's not possible to disable the banner.

@rgjones this is about audio and not about the banner

@paul keijzers The instructions above are what our customers run to disable the audio announcement. 

@rgjones but he is talking about the banner that states this meeting is recorded.

“Having a recording disclaimer played before the meeting” to me sounds like he means the audio announcement. You can’t play a banner which is displayed throughout the meeting.


As this is related to the complaince recording policy this might only work when you're using a 3rd party recording platform that requires recorded users to be added to that policy. It might not disable the audio annoucement for adhoc recording using native Teams recording.