This configuration guide described how to configure the Verba Unified IM Recorder service on a Recording Server in the case of a single-recorder environment, or in the case of a highly-available environment where the Recoding Director and the Media Recorder roles are co-located.
In order to complete the steps below, you must have the System Administrator role in Verba.
The configuration consists of the following steps:
Enabling the service
Step 1 - Log in to the Verba web interface and go to System \ Servers menu.
Step 2 - Select your Recording Server from the list, then click on the Service Activation tab.
Step 3 - Activate the Verba Unified IM Recorder Service by clicking on the icon.
Configuring the Verba Unified IM Recorder Service
Step 4 - Click on the Change Configuration Settings tab.
Step 5 - Expand the Unified IM Recorder \ General node.
Step 6 - Set the Role setting to Director + Recorder.
Step 7 - Expand the Processing Queues node.
Step 8 - Provide the Number of Processing Queues Owned by Recorder Role and the Number of Receiving Queues Owned by Director Role settings. In the case of the single-recorder setup, the values of these two settings have to be the same.
The Number of Processing Queues Owned by Recorder Role setting determines the number of processing threads on the Recording Server. In a highly-available setup, this has to be the same on all Recording Servers.
In the case of a highly-available setup, the Number of Receiving Queues Owned by Director Role settings can be calculated the following way:
Step 9 - Provide the location of the processing queue root folder at the SMB Queues Path setting. The folder is not allowed to be configured under the media folder Audio Path.
In the case of the single-recorder setup, this folder is preferably on the local disk of the server (e.g.: [APPLICATION_FOLDER]\unifiedimrec\processing_queue). In a HA setup, this is an SMB path.
Step 10 (HA) - Provide a windows domain user credential at the SMB Credential, User and the SMB Credential, Password settings. The service will use this user when accessing the folder provided at the SMB Queues Path setting.
Step 11 - Expand the Recording Providers \ Microsoft Teams node.
Step 12 - At the Microsoft Teams setting, click on the icon to add a new connection.
Step 13 - In the left panel, provide the following settings:
|Application (Client) ID|
The ID of the App Registration
(Registering an App for Chat Recording in Azure - Step 6 or Registering the Microsoft Teams Bot in Azure - Step 13)
|Application (Client) Secret|
The secret created for the App Registration
(Registering an App for Chat Recording in Azure - Step 10 or Registering the Microsoft Teams Bot in Azure - Step 17)
|Directory (Tenant) ID|
The ID of the Azure tenant where the App Registration was created
(Registering an App for Chat Recording in Azure - Step 6 or Registering the Microsoft Teams Bot in Azure - Step 29)
|Notification URL||The notification URL of the Unified IM Recorder service. The format is the following:Note: in case you're using any kind of network element that accepts incoming messages from Microsoft Teams servers and forwards it to your recorder(s), here you should use the port opened on that network element (not necessarily 3333). The port the recorder awaits messages on is configured in the next field.|
|Event Listener Port||The event listener port of the Unified IM Recorder service. Set it to 3333.|
|Connection Encryption Certificate|
The thumbprint of the certificate being used for the connection. The certificate has to reside in the Windows Certificate Store. The same certificate has to be used for all Teams connections on all the servers.
This has to be a publicly signed certificate. Only CSP certificates are supported (CNG/KSP certificates are not supported). The SAN configuration of the certificate must include the public address of the Recording Server, or the load-balancer in the case of multiple Recording Servers. Using asterisk in the SAN is accepted. The private key of the certificate has to be exportable.
Alternatively, a certificate file can be used instead of the Windows Certificate Store. In this case, the path to the .crt file has to be provided.
|Connection Encryption Key file||If the file path is provided at the Connection Encryption Certificate setting, then the path to the .key file has to be provided here.|
|Connection Encryption Key file password||If the file path is provided at the Connection Encryption Certificate setting, then the password of the .key file has to be provided here.|
|Connection Encryption trust list||The thumbprint of the incoming connection certificates that should be trusted, or the thumbprint of the CA certificates whom certificates should be trusted. If left empty, all certificates will be trusted.|
|Disable P2P/Group Chat Subscription||Sets whether the P2P or group chats should be recorded or not.|
|Disable Team/Channel Chat Subscription||Sets whether the Team or Channel chats should be recorded or not.|
Step 14 - Click Save.
Step 15 - Repeat steps 12-14 for every Microsoft Teams connection.
Step 16 - Save the changes by clicking on the icon.
Step 17 - A notification banner will appear on the top. Click on the click here link, so you will be redirected to the Configuration Tasks tab. Click on the Execute button in order to execute the changes.
Step 18 - Click on the Service Control tab.
Step 19 - Start the Verba Unified IM Recorder Service by clicking on the icon.