Cast your PC to Microsoft Teams Rooms

Maybe you a using Miracast or Apple TV and cast videos or photos from your mobile devices to your family TV. It could also be that you are already casting from your Microsoft Teams Mobile App to your Meeting powered by Microsoft Teams Rooms (MTR).

Now Microsoft is rolling out the capabilities to cast from your PC and MAC Microsoft Teams Desktop Client to a Microsoft Teams Room, Roadmap Feature Item: 88027. General Availability is March 2022.

Let`s look into my tenant, it has already arrived and check how it works:

Start Casting on your Teams Desktop Client underneath your profile picture

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Select a Microsoft Teams Room you want to cast to

Microsoft Teams Cast from PC and select room
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Decide if you want to cast ad-hoc only or join a scheduled meeting as well

Microsoft Teams Cast from PC and select where to cast
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Cast screen, applications or PowerPoint Live

Microsoft Teams Cast from PC and select PowerPoint
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Wireless Casting within 5 seconds

Now I can navigate through my PowerPoint Slides on my Windows 11 Laptop – no wired HDMI or USB Connection needed- to my Microsoft Teams Room (on Android or Windows)

I am currently using:

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5 thoughts on “Cast your PC to Microsoft Teams Rooms

  • Avatar of ChrisA
    March 9, 2022 at 10:57
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    thank you Microsoft! At long last.
    I seriously expect this to make a huge impact for people simply just screen sharing.
    THANK YOU THANK YOU.
    I don’t know how many months this has been put off but this is GOOD to see at last.

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  • Avatar of LP
    April 4, 2022 at 05:07
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    Do you know if lapton/Windows client and Teams Room need to be on the same network?
    thank you,

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    • Avatar of Ragnar Heil
      April 7, 2022 at 07:48
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      yes, that’s correct

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  • Avatar of erik van leeuwen
    April 19, 2022 at 13:02
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    Hi Ragnar,

    I did had the cast option on desktop teams client Microsoft Teams Version 1.5.00.8070 (64-bit). When i closed the teams application, the “cast”option was gone….

    Do you have any ideas?

    thanks
    Erik

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    • Avatar of Ragnar Heil
      April 25, 2022 at 09:51
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      I would open a support ticket, Erik. Haven’t seen this issue before

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