Tuesday, August 25, 2009 9:56 AMHi,
I have just implemented Office Communicator to most of our users. A few have gone through and found that they can make Communicator to Communicator calls. I have seen that the GPO to disble this is: TelephonyMode - Option 4 (I want to allow the use of video as well) since i applied this setting to my PC i can no longer make Communicator Calls (which is great) or make Video Calls. When it starts the following appears: ! Call was not completed or has ended.
My question is have i mixed the GPO up with another option? (we are using OCS for basic functionality only) or should i have another GPO enabled (DisableAVConferencing). Or is that what the GPO is supose to do?
Our version of MOC is 3.5.6907.34
Any assistance is appreciated.
Thanks in advance.
Tuesday, August 25, 2009 3:01 PMModeratorThe TelephonyMode setting is used to control the client behavior for Enterprise Voice and PBX Integration modes. You can't use it to block Audio calls but still allow Video calls as value '4' simply disables Peer-to-Peer communications (both Audio and Video). It may not be possible to disable Audio, but NOT video as the GPO settings currently allow for blocking Video, but not Audio individually.
This is probably by design as a video call without audio is a bit of a strange request.
Jeff Schertz, PointBridge | MVP | MCITP: Enterprise Messaging | MCTS: OCS
- Marked As Answer by Jeff SchertzMVP, Moderator Tuesday, January 05, 2010 2:13 PM