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Coordinated meetings in Teams using 2 MTR devices

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I could you confirm if coordinated meetings can be setup not only using Surface HUB and MTR but also using two MTR devices?

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Hi @PaulKrause-1972,

I could you confirm if coordinated meetings can be setup not only using Surface HUB and MTR but also using two MTR devices?

According to this documentation, the general recommendation for coordinated meetings is to pair MTR with Surface Hub. But based on my research, it's also possible to set up using two MTR devices. Below is a link I found for your reference:
Coordinated Meetings with MTRs and Surface Hubs
(Please Note: Since the web site is not hosted by Microsoft, the link may change without notice. Microsoft does not guarantee the accuracy of this information.)


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