MC252588 – Microsoft has made changes to how Teams meetings and join links are accessible for meeting organizers who have had their scheduling capabilities revoked. Today, Teams meeting URLs can be accessed before, during, and after the scheduled meeting time, even if the scheduling permission for the meeting organizer has been revoked after the meeting was created. To implement this change, Microsoft has adjusted the behavior of some settings in csTeamsMeetingPolicy to give additional control to the Tenant Admins.
Microsoft apologizes for not communicating this change sooner. Microsoft is working to ensure they communicate changes prior to them being available, in the future.
- Microsoft 365 Roadmap ID: 66921
- Timing: these changes are available today
- Control: policies in Teams admin center or PowerShell
- Action: review and assess impact.
How this will affect your organization
Tenant admins can now control and define the expiration of meetings created and scheduled by their users. This change does not impact any scheduled meetings for organizers who continue to have the ability to schedule Teams meetings (as defined by Meeting Policy).
What you need to do to prepare
You may consider reviewing your policies to determine if you would like to make any changes.
Additional details and information are available here: Meeting policies and meeting expiration in Microsoft Teams