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sims-9396 asked AileenG-6255 answered

share the meeting invitation to another guest

Hi,

a guest can share the meeting invitation to another guest , if yes how can I block this

Thanks

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SharonZhao-MSFT answered

Hi zims,

Yes, the guest can share the meeting invitation to other guests.

I’m afraid that it has no solution to block this currently.

We recommend you that please give a feedback to https://microsoftteams.uservoice.com/forums/555103-public/suggestions/40260652-option-to-disable-anonymous-users-and-allow-only-i.

Microsoft will always focus on customer’s feedback and experience. Some new features would be added to the services based on customers' feedback in the future, and your good ideas will be very helpful for them to improve the service.

Your time, understanding and cooperation will be highly appreciated.

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pvanderlubbe answered

Hi @sims-9396 ,

It's not possible to block (guest)users from sharing the Meeting URL with other people while in a meeting.
What you can do to prevent unwanted people joining the meeting is settings some Teamsmeetingpolicies.

New-CsTeamsMeetingPolicy -Identity PolicyName -DesignatedPresenterRoleMode OrganizerOnlyUserOverride -AutoAdmittedUsers OrganizerOnly -AllowPSTNUsersToBypassLobby $False

By this way the organizer of the meeting has full control of accepting/rejecting people from the lobby.

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AileenG-6255 answered

There are options to not allow anyone but an organizer to forward an invitation via meeting options as long as you're not on a team email. It's best to send it from an email you have ownership over.

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