My company is rolling out Microsoft Teams rooms using a Dell solution that incorporates touchscreen monitors, Dell Optiplex micro desktops and Logitech Rally camera and audio hardware. The Rally solution includes a small tabletop unit called a Tap, and this is the primary interface to the Optiplex. The Optiplex runs a custom Teams image for the Teams Room software.
One of the rooms in my office has two of the touchscreen monitors, but instead of mounting them side-by-side at one end of the room, one is mounted at the end, and the other is mounted on a perpendicular wall. The intent of the screen placement was so that content displayed at the end of the room would be duplicated for the people at the other end of the table. This room is a long rectangle, as is the conference table.
In our testing so far, we can't achieve this duplication. We've turned on dual monitor mode via the Logitech Tap and both screens are able to display content. But each screen displays different content, which I think is by design.
My searches so far have been pretty fruitless. I found a few posts of people having the same issue, so I think it's a limitation of the software rather than a configuration issue or operator error.
I contacted Logitech and am waiting for a reply.