Before you install Teamline 5140
Installing Teamline 5140Last updated February 19, 2019
Before installing the Teamline system, read the Teamline 5140 safety and compliance information.
Ensure you have:
- One or two commercial displays that support a 1080p60 input format
Interlaced input is not supported.
- Displays with an audio-output capability and a spare HDMI input. If the displays have Game Mode or PC Mode, enable one of these options to reduce media processing delays and improve video experience
- A camera
The Teamline system supports:
- Lync 2010 Server
- Lync 2013 Server
If the deployment is not a Lync 2013 server, ensure that the Lync 2013 user interface is enabled.
- Skype for Business 2015 Server
- Skype for Business Online
- Exchange 2010 SP2 Server
- Exchange 2013 Server
- Exchange Online
Teamline systems require a room resource mailbox in Exchange and a Skype for Business user account that is associated with the room. For more details about provisioning room system accounts, refer to Provisioning Skype Room System accounts in Office 365 on the Microsoft website.
To set up the room for Skype for Business:
- Identify the resource room mailbox in Exchange or create a new resource mailbox.
- Connect to Exchange Online PowerShell to set or create the mailbox account. For instructions on connecting to Exchange Online PowerShell, refer to the Microsoft website at: Connect to Exchange Online PowerShell
- Assign a Skype for Business Online license. You can then log in using Skype for Business to validate that the account is active.
Meeting invitation emails sent to Teamline systems must contain the attachments created by the calendar event. Otherwise, the Join Now tile will not be displayed and meetings cannot be joined using the touchscreen. Automatic email responses may delete attachments; ensure automatic responses are configured to keep attachments.
For on-premise deployments, if the Skype for Business server certificates were issued by a private certificate authority, ensure you have the certificate of the Root Certificate Authority and any intermediate certificates. For more information, see How to export Root Certification Authority Certificates on the Microsoft website.
The Teamline room display shows the titles of upcoming meetings. The meeting titles originate from the room’s Exchange calendar. If you are using an Exchange resource account for your room, by default, the organizer’s name in the Exchange calendar is displayed as the meeting title. To change the default display to the meeting title, refer to this Microsoft article .