Microsoft silently adds many new cmdlets and parameters. Below you can find my first attempt to summarize what was added in last three months to Teams PowerShell module.
Related with Azure Communication Service federation:
Check my blog post for details.
Next ones sound like something related to the ability to limit certain workloads (audio, video, screensharing etc.) for selected users:
Custom policy packages cmdlets (currently in public preview):
Teams templates-related cmdlets:
NOTE: Learn more about Teams templates by checking Get started with Teams templates in the admin center.
Cmdlets for package assignment policies (I honestly have no idea what vertical package is, do you?):
Grant-CsGroupPolicyPackageAssignment will be for assigning package policy via group.
And these two not documented yet:
In addition to cmdlets, we also have quite a few new params added for existing cmdlets. Let's break them down into categories.
Get-CsOnlineDialinConferencingTenantConfiguration there's one new param:
ThirdPartyNumberStatus. Does it mean that Microsoft is going to give us third party ACP option back? As a reminder, here's End of life program announcement.
Get-CsTeamsAppSetupPolicy we got
AppPresetMeetingList. My guess - we'll be able to specify set of applications for meetings. Related with Teams Calls & Meetings API in Graph rollout.
Get-CsTeamsFeedbackPolicy we get the following params:
It indicates some new option to gather feedback are coming. We can already see it in the Roadmap item 68880. Message Center got its own entry: MC233962.
Get-CsTeamsMeetingPolicy we got the following new params:
The above are related to invite-only meetings, which were announced on Ignite. By the way, have you already checked Microsoft Ignite 2021 Book of News?
There are additional two params, which are currently not easy to guess what they do:
The latter might be related with Microsoft Sustainability Calculator which allows you to calculate your carbon footprint based on services you use.
Get-CsTeamsMessagingPolicy we got:
AllowSmartCompose - it's a feature currently available for Outlook Web App, which gives us text prediction, suggesed replies and more.
AllowFluidCollaborate - it seems like Fluid framework is going to be implemented in Teams. It's currently in preview and I haven't played with that a lot, but you can check it yourself.
We'll be able to disable audio notification about meeting being recorded (applies only to PSTN calls) by using:
New parameters related with eCDN providers for Skype for Business Broadcast and Live Events are available:
Additionally, Teams Live Events are getting
Do you find that type of articles interested? If so, let me know by commenting below or via Twitter/LinkedIn (links at the bottom). If you have any guesses what the parameters/cmdlets might be for, let me know and I'll add them to the article (with proper credits, of course).