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This article covers guidance and best practices for using Microsoft Teams in a virtual environment with the goal of establishing the best end-user experience. The required media optimization components are part of the Horizon Agent and Horizon Client by default and there’s no need to install any additional plug-in to use the optimization feature for Teams.
 
 

Teams Meeting Limitations for VDI Users – Microsoft Tech Community

 
When Teams detects that a user is running inside a VDI, they are not able to give control of their screen. · When in a Teams meeting, inside “show device. Limitations on Citrix Workspace app: QoS settings in the Admin Center for Microsoft Teams don’t apply for VDI users.

 

Teams for vdi limitations

 
When Teams detects that a user is running inside a VDI, they are not able to give control of their screen. · When in a Teams meeting, inside “show device. Limitations on Citrix Workspace app: QoS settings in the Admin Center for Microsoft Teams don’t apply for VDI users.

 
 

Teams for vdi limitations

 
 

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