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Step 1 - Download and install PowerShell 5.1.

Step 2 - Open PowerShell as administrator.

Step 3 - Install the NuGet package provider module by running the following command:

Install-PackageProvider -Name NuGet -MinimumVersion -Force

Step 4 - Install the Microsoft Teams module by running the following command:

Install-Module MicrosoftTeams

Accessing the tenant via PowerShell

Separate Azure tenants for the recording provider (bot) and for the Teams environment to record

In the case when the recorded Teams environment and the recording bot are in separate Azure tenants, the following steps have to be done in the Teams tenant.

Follow the steps below to assign a compliance policy to a user:

Step 1 - Open PowerShell as administrator.

Step 2 - Execute the following command:


Step 3 - A login prompt will show up. Provide the user credentials.

Creating Application Access Policy

Step 4 - Execute the following command. Replace the <Policy Name> part with a unique name for the policy. Replace the <Bot App ID> part with the Application (Client) ID of the App Registration of the Bot. Replace the <Description> with a description.

New-CsApplicationAccessPolicy -Identity "<Policy Name>" -AppIds "<Bot App ID>" -Description "<Description>"

Step 5 - Execute the following command. Replace the <Policy Name> part with the name provided in the previous command.

Grant-CsApplicationAccessPolicy -PolicyName "<Policy Name>" -Global

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