We have hybrid solution where we are looking to move meetings from Skype for Business on prem to Teams.
During testing we can dial TenantID.TeamsMeetingID@domainName so we know we have our Polycom environment can dial a teams meeting ID via dial string of TenantID.TeamsMeetingID@domainName.
For Skype for Business on prem users they can just dial the meeting from a Polycom Group Series endpoint or use the click to join feature on the calendar. We will have some users on Skype for Business on prem for some time and others on Teams during the project but we need a way that when a user who is on Teams can dial a meeting ID similar to Skype for Business meeting if they didn’t book the room in time.
At high level we are thinking of asking users who joins our Teams meeting from our Polycom Group Series endpoint to perhaps add 888 to the start of Teams meeting ID they are dialing and the DMA dial rule will then check if the meeting ID starts with 888 at the start of meeting ID then DMA can strip 888 from of the meeting ID and finally the DMA dial rule can add the actual meeting ID to the Teams dialing information to "TeamsMeetingID" section in the dial string of TenantID.TeamsMeetingID@domainName
Just wondering if anyone came across a script that can do something similar
I have attached a file that lets you dial a Teams dial string with just the conference ID since we know what the tenant ID and domain name should be.
Edit the attached and replace your tenant ID in the file. If you have changed the domain, you can update this as well.
// EDIT: The Teams tenant ID assigned to your subscription
var tenantID = '888888';
// EDIT: The domain assigned to your Teams tenant.
var domainID = 't.plcm.vc';
See the attached file for all the different dialing solutions.