Microsoft Teams desktop sharing delayed

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Hello,

recently some colleagues have reported that they have severe problems with voice quality and delays between image and sound when screensharing.

I have looked at the calls in the Admin Portal and noticed that there is a problem with "Network stream from Service to User (desktop sharing)". The average jitter is over 6ms and the maximum over 80ms.

My question is, what does "Network stream from Service to User (desktop sharing)" even mean?

What is "service" in this case anyway?

 

Kind regards,

uforum

 

1 Reply

Hi @uforum,

 

"Network stream from Service to User" should describe or mean the "Teams Backend Service". It's the connectivity between the user's client computer and the Teams service for app/desktop sharing.

 

Can the client reach all Office 365 URLs and IPs properly without any interception or connectivity degradation? It's key that the clients can connect and reach all Office 365 URLs and IPs, especially the ones for Skype For Business Online and Teams. URLs und IP-Adressbereiche für Office 365 - Microsoft 365 Enterprise | Microsoft Docs

 

 

SFB Network Assessment Tool Example

You can use the Network Assessment Tool which is a PowerShell-based tool which will install in C:\Program Files (x86)\Microsoft Skype for Business Network Assessment Tool

Example: SFB Network Assessment Tool PowerShell Cmdlets

PS C:\Program Files (x86)\Microsoft Skype for Business Network Assessment Tool> .\NetworkAssessmentTool.exe
PS C:\Program Files (x86)\Microsoft Skype for Business Network Assessment Tool> .\NetworkAssessmentTool.exe /connectivitycheck /verbose
PS C:\Program Files (x86)\Microsoft Skype for Business Network Assessment Tool> .\ResultsAnalyzer.exe “%localappdata%\Microsoft Skype for Business Network Assessment Tool\performance_results.tsv”