- You aren't prompted for your leader PIN.
- Unauthenticated callers have already joined the call.
Organizers of Skype for Business Online Meetings should use this setting when they want to restrict dial-in users from joining calls before a leader has joined the call or when they want users to be prompted to enter a leader PIN if a leader hasn't yet joined the call. Until a leader has joined the call, all other callers should wait in the lobby.
The default value for new users of dial-in conferencing is Null, or $False.
Note The remote PowerShell parameter that corresponds to this setting is AllowPSTNOnlyMeeting.
When this option is set to $False (the default value for new users), the Allow unauthenticated callers to be the first people in a meeting check box is not selected, and dial-in conferencing behaves as follows:
- If a dial-in user is first to join a meeting, they'll be prompted to enter a leader PIN. If they don’t enter a leader PIN, they'll be prompted to record their name (if the option to Ask callers to record their name before joining the meeting is set in Microsoft Bridge Options), and then the caller will be informed that the leader has not yet arrived and to please wait in the lobby until a leader joins.
- When an authorized user joins the meeting, dial-in callers will be automatically admitted to the meeting. This setting is equivalent in behavior to PSTN Callers Bypass Lobby in Skype for Business Server.
- If a dial-in user is first to join a meeting, they'll be admitted immediately because there's no requirement for an authenticated user to join the call first.
- Callers will not be prompted to enter a leader PIN.
For more information about Skype for Business dial-in conferencing, see the following Microsoft websites:
Article ID: 3125613 - Last Review: 29 Dec 2016 - Revision: 1