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The following are some actions that you can take to secure a Microsoft Teams Live Event.

Restrict Access to Live Events

  • In Teams, go to your calendar.
  • In the top right, Click the drop down arrow next to the New Meeting button.
  • Click Live event
  • Fill in the Title and any additional information you'd like to.
  • Invite your presenters.
  • Set your permissions accordingly. You can restrict stream attendees to People and groups, Org-wide (all of Northeastern) or Public (anybody with the link).
  • Check the boxes for the features you want enabled during the event.
  • Schedule your event.
  • Click Get attendee link and follow the instructions to invite attendees (To invite attendees, copy the link and share it or send it in a calendar invite).
  • Note that Presenters can speak but that attendees cannot. If you enabled Q&A as a feature, attendees will be able to post questions there. No other attendees can see that question unless a presenter or the producer (event organizer) publishes it.


The following are some actions that you can take to secure a Microsoft Teams Meeting.

Restrict Access to Meetings

  • Only invite the necessary people to your meetings.
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