For those who have worked with Skype for Business Online (SfBO) policies, you know that the policies which govern user behavior and features are pre-configured with defaults for the Office 365 SfBO tenant.
This was somewhat painful for a couple of reasons:
Policies which had a large number of settings (e.g. Conferencing), had to . . . → Read More: Set Custom Policies in Skype for Business Online
The Skype for Business Online (SfBO) PowerShell Module is the primary command line management tool for Administrators.
New users of this module are often surprised to learn that the cmdlets exposed by this module are not defined in the Skype for Business Online PowerShell module itself. Instead, the SfBO PowerShell Module creates an implicit . . . → Read More: Generating a List of Available Skype for Business Online PowerShell Cmdlets with Documentation
Much like Skype for Business on-premises users, each Skype for Business Online (SfBO) user has a home pool. This home pool consists of multiple SfB servers running in Office 365 data centers. On sign-in, the each SfBO user establishes a Skype for Business session with one of the SfB servers in that home pool. . . . → Read More: Getting the Distribution of Skype for Business Online Registrar Pools used in an Office 365 Tenant