active directory login and teams account are different

Scott Clamp 0 Reputation points
2024-05-23T20:06:22.98+00:00

I have a Teams account that is different than the AAD Azure Active Directory account. Changing meeting options is difficult because the url when changing the meeting options does not allow the active directory account the ability to change the meeting option because the AD account is not an organizer of the meeting (even though I have setup 2 organizers - the AAD account holder and the Teams meeting account holder).

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  1. Robin Sheng-MSFT 860 Reputation points Microsoft Vendor
    2024-05-24T06:53:36.9733333+00:00

    Hi @Scott Clamp

    According to our official documentation, co-organizers have many of the same features as meeting organizers during a meeting, but they cannot make changes to the meeting before it starts.

    To allow co-organizers to change meeting options in a channel meeting, they must be invited directly in the channel meeting invitation. This means that if co-organizers are added after the meeting starts, they may not be able to change meeting options.

    In Microsoft Teams, if you want to invite co-organizers directly in your channel meeting invitation, you can follow these steps.

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