Remotely configure layout, scale, and resolution on Teams Rooms displays
If you have multiple Teams Rooms systems deployed in your organizations, you can configure display settings such as scale, resolution, and default layout, remotely using an XML configuration file. This XML configuration file can be deployed from a central location to your Teams Rooms systems. When the XML file is deployed to a Teams Rooms system, the configuration settings defined within it will be applied the next time the system is restarted.
For more information about the Teams Rooms XML configuration file, see Manage a Microsoft Teams Rooms console settings remotely with an XML configuration file.
Set default layout when you have a single display
If you only have one front of room display, you can set the default layout that's used when a meeting starts. To set the default layout, add
SingleFoRDefaultContentLayout to your XML configuration file with one of the two following options:
1Content and people (default)
For example, to default to the "content and people" layout, use the following:
Set front of room scale and resolution
You can set the scale and resolution for your main front of room display. If you have dual displays, you can and set the scale and resolution for an extended display too.
You can manually set the display resolution on main and extended displays. Those options are
ExtendedFoRDisplayResolution respectively. Both options accept two numerical values that represent the width and height of a display, separated by a comma. For example, to specify a display resolution of width of 1920 and a height of 1080, the value to enter would be
1920,1080. If you enter display resolution values that the display doesn't support, the values will be ignored.
You can manually set the display scaling on main and extended displays. Those options are
ExtendedFoRDisplayScaling respectively. Both options accept the values 100 (recommended), 125, 150, 175, 200, 225, 250, 300, 350, 400, 450, and 500. If you enter a value the display doesn't support, it'll default to the closest supported value.
Enable customized scale and resolution for front of room displays
To set the scale and resolution for your displays, you first need to tell. Teams that you want to do so by adding
<EnableResolutionAndScalingSetting>true</EnableResolutionAndScalingSetting> to the XML file. After you've added this line to the XML file, you can set the scale and resolution for your main display, and your extended display if you have one.
If you enable customized scale and resolution and you have dual front of room displays, you need to specify both
ExtendedFoRDisplay and their respective options. If you don't specify both, the custom configuration will be ignored.
Set scale and resolution for your main front of room display
To set the scale and resolution for your main front of room display, add the following to your XML configuration file
<MainFoRDisplay> <MainFoRDisplayResolution>1920,1080</MainFoRDisplayResolution> <MainFoRDisplayScaling>100</MainFoRDisplayScaling> </MainFoRDisplay>
Set scale and resolution for your extended front of room display
To set the scale and resolution for your extended front of room display, add the following to your XML configuration file:
<ExtendedFoRDisplay> <ExtendedFoRDisplayResolution>1920,1080</ExtendedFoRDisplayResolution> <ExtendedFoRDisplayScaling>100</ExtendedFoRDisplayScaling> </ExtendedFoRDisplay>
Submit and view feedback for