Implementing QoS on the Surface Hub

Implementing Quality of Service (QoS) on the Surface Hub   Quality of Service (QoS) is a combination of Network technologies that allows the administrators to optimize the experience of real time Audio/Video and application sharing communications. Configuring QoS for Skype for Business on the Surface Hub can be done through MDM or through Provisioning Package….

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Surface Hubs on wired 802.1x may experience intermittent connectivity issues

During regular usage of the Surface Hub on a network that has 802.1x enabled but not enforced, you may observe intermittent SfB issues (mid-call media failures, or 100% packet loss for media sessions and then re-establishment of those sessions) or frequent DHCP requests originating from the Hub. Depending on how the 802.1x network infrastructure is…

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Touchback sent to the wrong screen

When working with the Surface Hub, you have the option to connect your laptop or tablet either wirelessly via Miracast (CTRL + K) or using a VGA, DisplayPort or HDMI cable. One of the cool features of the Hub, is that you have the option to interact with the content on your laptop using the large…

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Download and deploy Skype for Business certificates using PowerShell

If you want to connect the Surface Hub to an on-premises deployment of Skype for Business, you will first need to deploy the certificate chain used for the TLS encryption between the device and the server. If you are connecting to Office 365, this step will not be necessary as the Office 365 environment is…

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Planning for the Surface Hub’s Skype for Business client

The Surface Hub administrator’s guide provides a general overview of preparing your environment for the Microsoft Surface Hub. That overview details the account settings that must be configured in order to use all of the features of the device. The overview is a general resource however, and does not cover all of the infrastructural needs…

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