How to Enable end-to-end Encryption for one-to-one Calls in Microsoft Teams – BollyInside

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Earlier this year, end-to-end encryption (E2EE) support for Microsoft Teams Calls was announced. Once you get the latest update, your organizations IT administrators will have the option to make the feature accessible to you. Here is an overview of how E2E encryption works for Teams calls, details on how IT administrators and users can activate it and how it is applied.

IT administrators can add end-to-end encryption for users in their organization just like any other policy. You can make it a global policy (for the entire organization) or create custom policies and assign them to users.

Go to admin.teams.microsoft.com and log in with your administrator account. Then navigate to Other Settings from the navigation panel on the left.

Few options will expand below it. Click on Enhanced Encryption Policies in the options.

Then name your policy. Click the drop-down menu next to End-to-end encryption and select Users can enable it. Finally, click on the Save button.

Once youve created the policy, assign it to users, groups, or your entire tenant just like any other policy in Microsoft Teams.

After IT administrators have configured the E2EE policy for the organization, users (depending on the policy) can enable it for their accounts. By default, end-to-end encryption will need to be re-enabled at the account level. Otherwise, it will remain disabled even if administrators have allowed your account to use it.

To enable E2EE from the desktop, open the Microsoft Teams desktop app on your PC or Mac. Then go to the title bar and click on the More options icon (three dots) next to your profile icon.

Select Settings from the menu.

Then go to Privacy in the left navigation menu.

In the privacy settings, enable the option End-to-end encrypted calls.

Deactivate the switch for this setting when you want to use the functions that E2EE restricts on the call.

To enable E2EE from the Teams mobile app, open the latest version of the Teams Mobile app on iPhone or Android.

Tap on your profile icon in the upper left corner.

Then, tap on the Settings option.

From the settings screen, go to Calls.

There you can enable the option of End-to-end encryption in Encryption.

Whether you enable the option from the desktop or mobile app, the app is account-wide. So if you have enabled it from desktop app it will be on when you use mobile phone and vice versa.

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