Skype for Business online

Hi,

My organization is migrating to Skype for Business online (SFOB), but before we do I am having trouble modifying a CsConferencingPolicy through Powershell using the Set-CsConferencingPolicy. I did noticed that the function is not available because it wasn't listed/downloaded from the tmp module (Import-PsSession).

So how do we modify a value in a SFOB policy if the Set command is not available?

Thanks in advance,
Sang
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Mohammed HamadaSenior IT ConsultantCommented:
Could you please elaborate more? You said you're migrating to SFOB .. Does that mean the powershell cmdlet you're trying to use is on-premises Server? If so which version 2013 Lync or Skype for Business on-prem?

For skype for Business online you can't do these changes because the Server is not managed by you.
There's limitation on what you can do on S4B .. not pretty much control really because it's service not dedicated server.
NatoMasAuthor Commented:
Hi Mohammed,

Sorry for the late reply.  Yes the command I'm trying was ran on the on-prem server with the Skype Online Powershell package installed. Skype for Business online, so I assume Microsoft is using the latest version.

You are correct about the limited access of what you can manage. However, you can manage Skype policies, but the one I inquire about is restricted. I was able to modified other predefined policy (per users)

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NatoMasAuthor Commented:
Skype for Business Online policies are limited. Only certain predefine policies can be modify.
NatoMasAuthor Commented:
There is really no solution to this because certain Skype for Business Online policies are restricted for modification.
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