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How to assign a Team Meeting Policy to a User through PowerShell

I'm trying to assign a Teams Meeting Policy to a user account that has been assigned the incorrect meeting policy. I'm running the PowerShell command

 Grant-CsTeamsMeetingPolicy -Identity xxxx@mail.com -PolicyName "Global"

But I'm getting the error message that "Global" is not a user policy. This command comes directly from the MS support page


Additionally, if I run the following cmdlet I have can see the Global policy. What am I missing?

 Get-CsTeamsMeetingPolicy -identity global

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RichMatheisen-8856 answered ·

Have you tried assigning the policy $Null to the user and then assigning "global" (if that's not the default tenant policy)?

-PolicyName
The name of the custom policy that is being assigned to the user. To remove a specific assignment and fall back to the default tenant policy, you can assign to $Null.



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