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jennyKim 240 Reputation points

Is there any limition or point to be noted while joining Teams meeting from AVD

It seemed when you participate in a Teams meeting via AVD, you may get a lot of howling.The microphone and speaker on the real PC side of the connection source must be turned off, and the device (such as a microphone/speaker) must be connected before connecting to the AVD to be recognized.

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  1. Prrudram-MSFT 22,976 Reputation points

    Hello @jennyKim

    Yes, there are some limitations and points to be noted when joining Teams meetings from AVD. One of the common issues that users face is audio feedback or howling during the meeting. This can happen when the microphone and speaker on the local PC are not turned off, and the audio is being picked up by the microphone on the AVD session. To avoid this, it is recommended to turn off the microphone and speaker on the local PC before attending the meeting with AVD.

    Another point to note is that any audio devices such as microphones or speakers need to be connected to the local PC before connecting to the AVD session. This is because the AVD session needs to recognize the audio devices before they can be used in the meeting.

    It is also important to ensure that the network connection is stable and has sufficient bandwidth to support the audio and video streams during the meeting. This can be a challenge if the network connection is slow or unreliable.

    Overall, joining Teams meetings from AVD can be a good option for remote workers, but it is important to be aware of these limitations and take the necessary steps to ensure a smooth meeting experience.

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