Polycom UC Software allow users to sign-in on to the host phone or a common area phone as a guest user using Hot-Desking feature.
When this feature is configured on the Skype for Business server and configuration parameter is enabled, a Guest soft key displays on the phone user interface.
The guest user can sign-in to the host phone by pressing the Guest soft key followed by one of the signin methods:
Online Web Sign-In
The following parameter configures host desking:
Once the User is signed out you are presented with the sign in screen
Hot Desking feature is enabled by default on the phone.
However, the user can also enable or disable the feature from phone's user interface. If the user disables the hot desking feature from phone's user interface irrespective whether the feature is enabled through in-band provisioning, the feature gets disabled.
When you enable this feature, a Guest soft key is displayed on the phone's screen
Guest Sign out
Guest User Signed out either by Manually Upon pressing ‘signout’ softkey
Automatically After being Idle for Hot Desking Time out set by Admin on SfB server
Guest User is Informed about the hot desking idle time out count-down notification.
Original device owner/Host User signed back automatically either upon
Expiry of Hot Desking Idle Timeout or
User manually Signed Out
All the Host User Specific data is restored. (E.g. Exchange, Call logs and Contacts)
Microsoft End to enable the Hot-desking feature on the server
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