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Dual Content Streams in Teams Live Event

If you have Microsoft Teams and the proper licenses you may initiate a Teams Live Meeting. The technology behind it is described there: https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/microsoftteams/teams-live-events/what-are-teams-live-events

In all simplicity, you want to stream a presentation to very many participants on a multitude of devices. Anyone can join from wherever.

Here is how you have a synchronized dual view of both a video stream and content stream during your live event.

First start a meeting:


Remember to select Teams Live Event
This part enables recording in Microsoft Stream
Rememer to Turn on your camera here or on the next screen
Select Dual Screen
To add more than video click the share button
Now press “Send Live” and click “Start” Recording starts automatically
This is what your participants can see
Recording starts automatically

Create a new Azure AD directory in the same tenant

In your Azure/Office 365 tenant you may have several separate directories. You may also have custom domains but they will initially belong to a specific Azure AD.

An Azure AD directory is identified by the *.onmicrosoft.com

Here is how you create multiple Azure AD directories in the same tenant:

  1. Navigate to Azure AD Blade
  2. Click Create new directory
  3. Fill in information and select the correct country
  4. Click create and wait a bit
  5. Then click to manage your new directory
  6. Add custom domains if you need or just sync your new domain with dirsync

You may now add users or set up a separate domain sync. Or even custom domains.

This user catalog is separate and users need to be invited or added. Only one user will be present and that is the admin user that you were logged on with.

Hide Azure Active Directory from users

If any user in your organization decides to start using azure he/she by default can log in at https://portal.azure.com and view the entire AAD catalog with object details. The user can also start to spin up resources and invite guest users.

First to hide the portal resources for your organization:

Now you can have hidden your org resources from all other users in the azure portal.

Next you may want to review the guest invitation permissions so users can not invite external users into your organization.

Review the settings here. Don’t be too strict.

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