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MS Teams settings

To connect and work with MS Teams webinars in LMS Collaborator, you need to buy a subscription to the Microsoft For business license, in which Teams and oneDrive services are available (license examples):

Only a licensed user can be a moderator for such a webinar, so if there must be several moderators, each of them must have a license.
Users-participants of the webinar do not need a license to enter.

To further configure it, you need to log on to https://portal.azure.com/#home with a Microsoft account.

Then go to the Azure Active Directory tab:

Then go to the App registrations page and click the New registration button in the top menu:

On the Register an application page, you need to enter the name of the application to be created, specify the types of accounts (you need to select the Accounts in any organizational directory (Any Azure AD directory - Multitenant) and personal Microsoft accounts (e.g. Skype, Xbox) ) then select Register:

After registering a new application, a page with it will open. Here you need to copy the Client Id and Tenant Id parameters - you will need to specify it in the Collaborator portal integration settings with MS Teams ( See Integration with webinars ):

Then you need to go to the tab Certificates & secrets and create in it the New client secret:

When creating a new client secret you need to enter a description and its validity period (from 6 to 24 months or select a calendar period). Please note that when the client secret expires, the integration will stop working. In order to resume the work you will need to create a new client secret and specify it in the integration settings on the portal.

After saving client secret, you should immediately copy the value of Value parameter (you will need to specify it in the Collaborator portal integration settings with MS Teams). After refreshing the page this value will be hidden and you won't be able to copy it anymore.

Then you need to go to the Authentication tab and add a link to the platform. In order to do that you need to click on the button Add a platform and in the modal window select the Web block:

On the Configure Web configuration page, you need to specify the link to the portal for which you want to set up integration in the form of:

https://{domain}/api/rest.php/auth/microsoft , where {domain} is the domain of your portal.

It is also necessary to enable token selection checkboxes for authorization.

Next, on the Api permissions page you need to add the following permissions (the list of necessary permissions is highlighted in the screenshot below). After selecting them, click on Grant admin consent for default directory

Now go to Home->default directory, select Users in the menu

  • New User (the system will first redirect you to the page for creating a new user)
  • New guest user (add a user from an existing users).

Users selected here will be able to host webinars.
Note that the email address of the user on portal.azure.com and in the LMS Collaborator must be the same.

Next, all added users need to distribute licenses.
To do this, click on the user, go to the Licenses tab and go to the assignment:

After all the above settings are made, you can proceed with setting up the integration. Read more about integration with MS Teams webinars in the following article - Integration with webinars

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