Get-CsTeamsAcsFederationConfiguration

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This cmdlet is used to retrieve the federation configuration between Teams and Azure Communication Services. For more information, refer to Azure Communication Services and Teams Interoperability.

Syntax

Get-CsTeamsAcsFederationConfiguration

Description

Federation between Teams and Azure Communication Services (ACS) allows users of custom solutions built with ACS to connect and communicate with Teams users over voice, video, chat, and more. For more information, see Teams interoperability.

This cmdlet is used retrieve the Teams and ACS federation configuration for a Teams tenant.

You must be a Teams service admin, a Teams communication admin, or Global Administrator for your organization to run the cmdlet.

Examples

Example 1

In this example, federation has been enabled for just one ACS resource.

Get-CsTeamsAcsFederationConfiguration

Identity             : Global
AllowedAcsResources  : {'faced04c-2ced-433d-90db-063e424b87b1'}
BlockedAcsResources  : {}
EnableAcsUsers       : True
AllowAllAcsResources : False

Example 2

In this example, federation is enabled for all ACS resources except for two.

Get-CsTeamsAcsFederationConfiguration

Identity             : Global
AllowedAcsResources  : {}
BlockedAcsResources  : {'bf19b7db-6960-41e5-a139-2aa373474354','dac4607d-d2d0-40e5-84df-6f32ebd1251b'}
EnableAcsUsers       : True
AllowAllAcsResources : True