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MC537412 – (Updated) Teams Rooms: Windows 11 support for Teams Rooms on Windows devices (archived)

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check before: 2023-04-19

Product:

Teams, Windows

Platform:

mobile, TeamsAndSurfaceDevices, US Instances, Windows Desktop, World tenant

Status:

Launched

Change type:

Admin impact, New feature, Updated message

Links:

122148

Details:

Updated June 30, 2023: We have updated the timing outlined below. Thank you for your patience.
While our rollout plans have not changed, based on feedback from customers who need some additional time to test Windows 11, we are offering a temporary hold on Windows 11 upgrade to customers until November 20, 2023. Customers who want to utilize this option MUST follow these instructions before mid-June 2023 (before 4.17 app update) to delay upgrade to Windows 11.
Instructions:
Set this registry key to put the Windows 11 upgrade on an MTR on hold.
Path: HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\Microsoft\PPI\SkypeSettings
Key: CBU11
Data: 1 (as a dword)
Delete the registry key to resume the upgrade.
Important: If you do not set this registry key prior to 4.17 app update (releasing in mid-June), eligible devices will automatically upgrade to Windows 11. Please also note that this only applies to existing in market/ in channel devices not on application version 4.17, and that OEMs have already moved to Windows 11 based images (due to end of sales for Windows 10 IoT Enterprise in Oct 2023, and lead time needed for OEMs to create media).
Teams Rooms on Windows devices that are eligible for Windows 11 upgrade will receive the Windows 11 22H2 release in June 2023 (previously May). This will be offered and installed on their devices with 4.17 dot release. Devices that are not eligible due to an incompatible processor will continue to use Windows 10 per Windows hardware support policy. These devices will be offered Windows 10 22H2 release.

Devices that cannot upgrade to Windows 11 will continue to be supported until the end of Windows 10 End of servicing for General Availability Channel or hardware support from OEM, whichever comes first. Windows 10 releases information atWindows 10 release information. Please note, not all Windows releases are supported for Teams Rooms, to find supported version, see Microsoft Teams Rooms app version support.
In addition, Teams Rooms on Windows OEMs will shift their manufacturing to Windows 11 IoT Enterprise as Windows 10 IoT Enterprise end of license sales is fast approaching (10/14/2023). OEMs with existing Windows 10 licenses inventory (or to support recovery media for existing Windows 10 based devices) may continue to provide Windows 10 based images for some time that should automatically update to Windows 11 post setup. All OEMs are expected to move to Windows 11 IoT Enterprise based images in future. Customers should ensure all new hardware purchases check for Windows 11 compatibility to future proof their device investment.
This message is associated with Microsoft 365 Roadmap ID 122148
[When this will happen:]
Standard Release: We will begin rolling out late June (previously early May) and expect to complete by late July (previously late May).

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Release Phase:
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Created:
2023-04-06

updated:
2023-07-01

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2023-07-01MC MessagesUpdated June 1, 2023: While our rollout plans have not changed, based on feedback from customers who need some additional time to test Windows 11, we are offering a temporary hold on Windows 11 upgrade to customers until November 20, 2023. Customers who want to utilize this option MUST follow these instructions before mid-June 2023 (before 4.17 app update) to delay upgrade to Windows 11.
Instructions:
Set this registry key to put the Windows 11 upgrade on an MTR on hold.
Path: HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\Microsoft\PPI\SkypeSettings
Key: CBU11
Data: 1 (as a dword)
Delete the registry key to resume the upgrade.
Important: If you do not set this registry key prior to 4.17 app update (releasing in mid-June), eligible devices will automatically upgrade to Windows 11. Please also note that this only applies to existing in market/ in channel devices not on application version 4.17, and that OEMs have already moved to Windows 11 based images (due to end of sales for Windows 10 IoT Enterprise in Oct 2023, and lead time needed for OEMs to create media).


Teams Rooms on Windows devices that are eligible for Windows 11 upgrade will receive the Windows 11 22H2 release in June 2023 (previously May). This will be offered and installed on their devices with 4.17 dot release. Devices that are not eligible due to an incompatible processor will continue to use Windows 10 per Windows hardware support policy. These devices will be offered Windows 10 22H2 release.
Devices that cannot upgrade to Windows 11 will continue to be supported until the end of Windows 10 End of servicing for General Availability Channel or hardware support from OEM, whichever comes first. Windows 10 releases information atWindows 10 release information. Please note, not all Windows releases are supported for Teams Rooms, to find supported version, see Microsoft Teams Rooms app version support.
In addition, Teams Rooms on Windows OEMs will shift their manufacturing to Windows 11 IoT Enterprise as Windows 10 IoT Enterprise end of license sales is fast approaching (10/14/2023). OEMs with existing Windows 10 licenses inventory (or to support recovery media for existing Windows 10 based devices) may continue to provide Windows 10 based images for some time that should automatically update to Windows 11 post setup. All OEMs are expected to move to Windows 11 IoT Enterprise based images in future. Customers should ensure all new hardware purchases check for Windows 11 compatibility to future proof their device investment.
This message is associated with Microsoft 365 Roadmap ID 122148
[When this will happen:]
Standard Release: We will begin rolling out early May and expect to complete by late May.
Updated June 30, 2023: We have updated the timing outlined below. Thank you for your patience.
While our rollout plans have not changed, based on feedback from customers who need some additional time to test Windows 11, we are offering a temporary hold on Windows 11 upgrade to customers until November 20, 2023. Customers who want to utilize this option MUST follow these instructions before mid-June 2023 (before 4.17 app update) to delay upgrade to Windows 11.
Instructions:
Set this registry key to put the Windows 11 upgrade on an MTR on hold.
Path: HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\Microsoft\PPI\SkypeSettings
Key: CBU11
Data: 1 (as a dword)
Delete the registry key to resume the upgrade.
Important: If you do not set this registry key prior to 4.17 app update (releasing in mid-June), eligible devices will automatically upgrade to Windows 11. Please also note that this only applies to existing in market/ in channel devices not on application version 4.17, and that OEMs have already moved to Windows 11 based images (due to end of sales for Windows 10 IoT Enterprise in Oct 2023, and lead time needed for OEMs to create media).
Teams Rooms on Windows devices that are eligible for Windows 11 upgrade will receive the Windows 11 22H2 release in June 2023 (previously May). This will be offered and installed on their devices with 4.17 dot release. Devices that are not eligible due to an incompatible processor will continue to use Windows 10 per Windows hardware support policy. These devices will be offered Windows 10 22H2 release.

Devices that cannot upgrade to Windows 11 will continue to be supported until the end of Windows 10 End of servicing for General Availability Channel or hardware support from OEM, whichever comes first. Windows 10 releases information atWindows 10 release information. Please note, not all Windows releases are supported for Teams Rooms, to find supported version, see Microsoft Teams Rooms app version support.
In addition, Teams Rooms on Windows OEMs will shift their manufacturing to Windows 11 IoT Enterprise as Windows 10 IoT Enterprise end of license sales is fast approaching (10/14/2023). OEMs with existing Windows 10 licenses inventory (or to support recovery media for existing Windows 10 based devices) may continue to provide Windows 10 based images for some time that should automatically update to Windows 11 post setup. All OEMs are expected to move to Windows 11 IoT Enterprise based images in future. Customers should ensure all new hardware purchases check for Windows 11 compatibility to future proof their device investment.
This message is associated with Microsoft 365 Roadmap ID 122148
[When this will happen:]
Standard Release: We will begin rolling out late June (previously early May) and expect to complete by late July (previously late May).
2023-07-01MC Last Updated06/02/2023 01:05:402023-06-30T18:23:13Z
2023-06-02MC Last Updated05/11/2023 18:39:502023-06-02T01:05:40Z
2023-06-02MC MessagesUpdated May 11, 2023: We have updated the timeline and content below. Thank you for your patience.
Teams Rooms on Windows devices that are eligible for Windows 11 upgrade will receive the Windows 11 22H2 release in June 2023 (previously May). This will be offered and installed on their devices with 4.17 dot release. Devices that are not eligible due to an incompatible processor will continue to use Windows 10 per Windows hardware support policy. These devices will be offered Windows 10 22H2 release.
Devices that cannot upgrade to Windows 11 will continue to be supported until the end of Windows 10 End of servicing for General Availability Channel or hardware support from OEM, whichever comes first. Windows 10 releases information atWindows 10 release information. Please note, not all Windows releases are supported for Teams Rooms, to find supported version, see Microsoft Teams Rooms app version support.
In addition, Teams Rooms on Windows OEMs will shift their manufacturing to Windows 11 IoT Enterprise as Windows 10 IoT Enterprise end of license sales is fast approaching (10/14/2023). OEMs with existing Windows 10 licenses inventory (or to support recovery media for existing Windows 10 based devices) may continue to provide Windows 10 based images for some time that should automatically update to Windows 11 post setup. All OEMs are expected to move to Windows 11 IoT Enterprise based images in future. Customers should ensure all new hardware purchases check for Windows 11 compatibility to future proof their device investment.
This message is associated with Microsoft 365 Roadmap ID 122148
[When this will happen:]
Standard Release: We will begin rolling out early May and expect to complete by late May.
Updated June 1, 2023: While our rollout plans have not changed, based on feedback from customers who need some additional time to test Windows 11, we are offering a temporary hold on Windows 11 upgrade to customers until November 20, 2023. Customers who want to utilize this option MUST follow these instructions before mid-June 2023 (before 4.17 app update) to delay upgrade to Windows 11.
Instructions:
Set this registry key to put the Windows 11 upgrade on an MTR on hold.
Path: HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\Microsoft\PPI\SkypeSettings
Key: CBU11
Data: 1 (as a dword)
Delete the registry key to resume the upgrade.
Important: If you do not set this registry key prior to 4.17 app update (releasing in mid-June), eligible devices will automatically upgrade to Windows 11. Please also note that this only applies to existing in market/ in channel devices not on application version 4.17, and that OEMs have already moved to Windows 11 based images (due to end of sales for Windows 10 IoT Enterprise in Oct 2023, and lead time needed for OEMs to create media).


Teams Rooms on Windows devices that are eligible for Windows 11 upgrade will receive the Windows 11 22H2 release in June 2023 (previously May). This will be offered and installed on their devices with 4.17 dot release. Devices that are not eligible due to an incompatible processor will continue to use Windows 10 per Windows hardware support policy. These devices will be offered Windows 10 22H2 release.
Devices that cannot upgrade to Windows 11 will continue to be supported until the end of Windows 10 End of servicing for General Availability Channel or hardware support from OEM, whichever comes first. Windows 10 releases information atWindows 10 release information. Please note, not all Windows releases are supported for Teams Rooms, to find supported version, see Microsoft Teams Rooms app version support.
In addition, Teams Rooms on Windows OEMs will shift their manufacturing to Windows 11 IoT Enterprise as Windows 10 IoT Enterprise end of license sales is fast approaching (10/14/2023). OEMs with existing Windows 10 licenses inventory (or to support recovery media for existing Windows 10 based devices) may continue to provide Windows 10 based images for some time that should automatically update to Windows 11 post setup. All OEMs are expected to move to Windows 11 IoT Enterprise based images in future. Customers should ensure all new hardware purchases check for Windows 11 compatibility to future proof their device investment.
This message is associated with Microsoft 365 Roadmap ID 122148
[When this will happen:]
Standard Release: We will begin rolling out early May and expect to complete by late May.
2023-06-02MC End Time08/31/2023 09:00:002023-12-31T08:00:00Z
2023-05-12MC prepareTo ensure that there are no issues preventing the Windows update in your environment, it is recommended to manually check for updates on a small set of devices, after the Windows 11 enabled 4.16.XX.X release has been installed and booted normally at least once on them. From admin mode, check for updates using the Windows Settings app: Windows 11 22H2 or Windows 10 22H2 (depending on what’s supported for your devices) should be offered and should download and install. If the updates are not offered or installed, check for external policies (such as MDM or Active Directory Group Policies) that might be in place for your organization that could block this update.
https://www.microsoft.com/microsoft-365/roadmap?filters=&searchterms=122148
To ensure that there are no issues preventing the Windows update in your environment, it is recommended to manually update a small set of devices to 4.16.134.0 (Release notes for Microsoft Teams Rooms---manual-update-only) and check for updates, after 4.16.134.0 release has been installed and booted normally at least once on them. From admin mode, check for updates using the Windows Settings app: Windows 11 22H2 or Windows 10 22H2 (depending on what’s supported for your devices) should be offered and should download and install. If the updates are not offered or installed, check for external policies (such as MDM or Active Directory Group Policies) that might be in place for your organization that could block this update.
https://learn.microsoft.com/en-us/microsoftteams/rooms/rooms-lifecycle-support#windows-10-release-support
https://learn.microsoft.com/en-us/microsoftteams/rooms/rooms-release-note?tabs=Windows#4161340-582023
https://learn.microsoft.com/en-us/windows/release-health/release-information
https://www.microsoft.com/microsoft-365/roadmap?filters=&searchterms=122148
2023-05-12MC MessageTagNamesNew feature, Admin impactUpdated message, New feature, Admin impact
2023-05-12MC Last Updated04/05/2023 05:30:102023-05-11T18:39:50Z
2023-05-12MC MessagesTeams Rooms on Windows devices that are eligible for Windows 11 upgrade will receive the Windows 11 22H2 release in May 2023. This will be offered and installed on their devices with 4.16 dot release (a newer release than 4.16.40.0 currently available). Devices that are not eligible due to an incompatible processor will continue to use Windows 10 per Windows hardware support policy. These devices will be offered Windows 10 22H2 release.
Devices that cannot upgrade to Windows 11 will continue to be supported until the end of Windows 10 End of servicing for General Availability Channel or hardware support from OEM, whichever comes first. Windows 10 releases information at https://learn.microsoft.com/en-us/windows/release-health/release-information. Please note, not all Windows releases are supported for Teams Rooms, to find supported version, see https://learn.microsoft.com/en-us/microsoftteams/rooms/rooms-lifecycle-support#windows-10-release-support.
In addition, Teams Rooms on Windows OEMs will shift their manufacturing to Windows 11 IoT Enterprise as Windows 10 IoT Enterprise end of license sales is fast approaching (10/14/2023). OEMs with existing Windows 10 licenses inventory (or to support recovery media for existing Windows 10 based devices) may continue to provide Windows 10 based images for some time that should automatically update to Windows 11 post setup. All OEMs are expected to move to Windows 11 IoT Enterprise based images in future. Customers should ensure all new hardware purchases check for Windows 11 compatibility to future proof their device investment.
This message is associated with Microsoft 365 Roadmap ID 122148
[When this will happen:]
Standard Release: We will begin rolling out early May and expect to complete by late May.
Updated May 11, 2023: We have updated the timeline and content below. Thank you for your patience.
Teams Rooms on Windows devices that are eligible for Windows 11 upgrade will receive the Windows 11 22H2 release in June 2023 (previously May). This will be offered and installed on their devices with 4.17 dot release. Devices that are not eligible due to an incompatible processor will continue to use Windows 10 per Windows hardware support policy. These devices will be offered Windows 10 22H2 release.
Devices that cannot upgrade to Windows 11 will continue to be supported until the end of Windows 10 End of servicing for General Availability Channel or hardware support from OEM, whichever comes first. Windows 10 releases information atWindows 10 release information. Please note, not all Windows releases are supported for Teams Rooms, to find supported version, see Microsoft Teams Rooms app version support.
In addition, Teams Rooms on Windows OEMs will shift their manufacturing to Windows 11 IoT Enterprise as Windows 10 IoT Enterprise end of license sales is fast approaching (10/14/2023). OEMs with existing Windows 10 licenses inventory (or to support recovery media for existing Windows 10 based devices) may continue to provide Windows 10 based images for some time that should automatically update to Windows 11 post setup. All OEMs are expected to move to Windows 11 IoT Enterprise based images in future. Customers should ensure all new hardware purchases check for Windows 11 compatibility to future proof their device investment.
This message is associated with Microsoft 365 Roadmap ID 122148
[When this will happen:]
Standard Release: We will begin rolling out early May and expect to complete by late May.
2023-05-12MC How AffectMicrosoft Teams Rooms on Windows application release 4.16.XX. X (a dot release, on top of current release 4.16.40.0) will be available in May 2023. This app will allow eligible Teams Rooms on Windows devices to receive Windows 11 22H2 update through Windows update. After the dot release has booted normally at least once, customers can either wait for 8 days for Windows 11 22H2 to install automatically or can pull the latest Windows 11 update from Windows Updates manually by checking for updates from the Windows Settings app. Devices that are not eligible will be offered Windows 10 22H2 release.
To check if your device is eligible for Windows 11, you can either check the list of eligible Intel processors for Windows 11 at https://learn.microsoft.com/en-us/windows-hardware/design/minimum/supported/windows-11-supported-intel-processors
Microsoft Teams Rooms on Windows application release 4.17 will be available in June 2023 (previously May). This app will allow eligible Teams Rooms on Windows devices to receive Windows 11 22H2 update through Windows update. After the dot release has booted normally at least once, customers can either wait for 8 days for Windows 11 22H2 to install automatically or can pull the latest Windows 11 update from Windows Updates manually by checking for updates from the Windows Settings app. Devices that are not eligible will be offered Windows 10 22H2 release.
To check if your device is eligible for Windows 11, you can either check the list of eligible Intel processors for Windows 11 at https://learn.microsoft.com/en-us/windows-hardware/design/minimum/supported/windows-11-supported-intel-processors
2023-05-12MC TitleTeams Rooms: Windows 11 support for Teams Rooms on Windows devices(Updated) Teams Rooms: Windows 11 support for Teams Rooms on Windows devices
2023-05-12MC End Time07/03/2023 09:00:002023-08-31T09:00:00Z

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