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Microsoft Teams Device SettingsTopics: Network Configuration Options Change the Default Administrator PasswordYou can access and modify device settings from the Microsoft Teams Portal or from the phone menu.Note: When you set the base profile to MSTeams, Microsoft controls the Microsoft Teams softwareexperience and performance on the Poly CCX 500 business media phones. Send all feedbackand queries to Microsoft.Network Configuration OptionsYou can set some network configuration options from the Admin Settings menu on an individual phone.Manually Set DHCP SettingsThe network DHCP settings will be automatically configured based on the DHCP server settings.Optionally, you can manually configure DHCP settings for a single phone.Procedure1.2.3.4.5.On the phone screen, press the menu icon at the top left.Go to Settings Device Settings.Select Admin Only, and enter the administrator password (the default is 456).Select Network Configuration DHCP Settings.Enter the following details: Host Name Domain Name IP Address Subnet Mask Default Gateway Primary DNS Secondary DNSConfigure VLAN from the PhoneYou can manually configure the VLAN settings from the phone interface.Procedure1. On the phone screen, press the menu icon at the top left.20

Microsoft Teams Device Settings2.3.4.5.6.7.8.9.Go to Settings Device Settings.Select Admin Only, and enter the administrator password (the default is 456).Select Network Configuration VLAN.Enter the VLAN Id.Tap the switch to enable LLDP.Tap the switch to enable CDP Compatibility.Select the required DHCP VLAN Discovery.Select DHCP VLAN Option.Set 802.1x Authentication for the PhoneYou can manually configure the 802.1x authentication from the phone interface.Procedure1.2.3.4.5.6.On the phone screen, press the menu icon at the top left.Go to Settings Device Settings.Select Admin Only, and enter the administrator password (the default is 456).Select Network Configuration 802.1x.Tap the switch for 802.1x Authentication to enable manual configuration.Enter the following details: EAP Method Identity Password Anonymous ID EAP-FAST In-Band ProvisioningEAP-FAST In-Band Provisioning is configurable only if you select EAP Method as EAP-FAST.Set the PC Port for the PhoneYou can manually set the PC port for the phone.Procedure1.2.3.4.5.On the phone screen, press the menu icon at the top left.Go to Settings Device Settings.Select Admin Only, and enter the administrator password (the default is 456).Select Network Configuration PC Port.Select one of the following options: Disabled Auto 10HD 10FD 100HD 100FD 1000FD21

Microsoft Teams Device SettingsSet LAN Port SettingsYou can manually set Local Area Network (LAN) port settings on the phone.Procedure1.2.3.4.5.On the phone screen, press the menu icon at the top left.Go to Settings Device Settings.Select Admin Only, and enter the administrator password (the default is 456).Select Network Configuration LAN Port Settings.Select one of the following options: Auto 10HD 10FD 100HD 100FD 1000FDChange the Default Administrator PasswordPoly strongly recommends that you change the default password on the phones.Procedure1.2.3.4.5.On the phone screen, press the menu icon at the top left.Go to Settings Device Settings.Select Admin Only, and enter the administrator password (the default is 456).Select Admin Password.Enter the default password, enter a new password, and confirm the new password.22

Microsoft Teams Device and SoftwareSupportTopics: Enable or Disable the System Web Interface Reset Custom Configurations Reset the Device to Factory Defaults in Microsoft Teams Updating Microsoft TeamsThis section provides information on maintaining your devices and updating your phone’s software.Enable or Disable the System Web InterfaceYou can enable or disable access to the phone’s system web interface.Procedure1.2.3.4.5.On the phone screen, press the menu icon at the top left.Go to Settings Device Settings.Select Admin Only, and enter the administrator password (the default is 456).Select Debug.Toggle Web User Interface to enable or disable access to the system web interface.Reset Custom ConfigurationsYou can erase the phone configuration done through the system web interface or from the DeviceSettings on the phone to reset the customized Debug values to defaults.Procedure1.2.3.4.5.On the phone screen, press the menu icon at the top left.Go to Settings Device Settings.Select Admin Only, and enter the administrator password (the default is 456).Select Debug Reset Custom Config.When prompted Do you want to reset custom configuration?, select Continue.23

Microsoft Teams Device and Software SupportReset the Device to Factory Defaults in MicrosoftTeamsYou can reset the device to factory default settings if your device experiences problems that you cannotresolve by troubleshooting the device logs.Resetting the phone to defaults clears the flash parameters, user and cached data, and resets theadministrator password to 456.Procedure1.2.3.4.5.On the phone screen, press the menu icon at the top left.Go to Settings Device Settings.Select Admin Only, and enter the administrator password (the default is 456).Select Debug Reset to Factory Defaults.When prompted Do you want to reset to factory defaults?, select Continue.Updating Microsoft TeamsManage Microsoft Teams updates for your CCX series phones through the Microsoft Teams admin portal.Important:If you are leveraging mobile device management, make sure your compliancepolicies do not block CCX phones from being provisioned. CCX devices runthe Microsoft Teams IP Phone application. This Android-based application willpresent itself as “Android (device administrator)” and will need to be excludedfrom any compliance policies that prevent usage.For more information on updating Microsoft Teams on your CCX phones, see the Microsoft Teamswebsite.Manage your devices in Microsoft Teams24

Deploying CCX Phones with Skypefor BusinessTopics: Deploying Poly Phones with Skype for Business Sign In Methods Microsoft Exchange Integration Audio Features Phone Display Features Port Usage Configuring Security Options Certificates Directories and Contacts Call Controls Using CCX Phones as Shared Devices Skype for Business Device and Software SupportThis section provides information about deploying your CCX phones with Skype for Business.25

Deploying Poly Phones with Skype forBusinessTopics: Configure the Network Set Up Poly UC Software Provisioning Skype for Business Phones Configuring In-Band Provisioning SettingsPoly offers several methods to register your Poly phones with Skype for Business.If you are using Poly phones shipped with Skype for Business-qualified UC Software and want to keepdefault settings with no change, you need only configure the network. If you want to customize defaultsettings, complete the following tasks: Configure the Network Set up Poly UC Software Provisioning the PhonesConfigure the NetworkConfigure the following network settings to register Poly devices with Skype for Business.Procedure1. Set up or verify Domain Name System (DNS) service (SRV) records to allow the devices todiscover Skype for Business server automatically.For information on creating and verifying DNS SRV records, see the latest documentation onMicrosoft TechNet.2. Optional: If you are setting Microsoft Call Admission Control (CAC) refer to Microsoft Plan for calladmission control in Skype for Business Server 2015 for required bandwidth guidelines.3. Obtain a root certificate authority (CA) security certificate using one of the following methods:Certificate MethodDescriptionLightweight Directory AccessProtocol (LDAP) DomainName System (DNS)Phones you register with Skype for Business are enabled with this feature bydefault and no additional configuration is required.26

Deploying Poly Phones with Skype for BusinessCertificate MethodDescriptionDynamic Host ConfigurationProtocol (DHCP) Option 43When provisioning phones from within an enterprise, you can use DHCP Option43 to download a private CA root security certificate used by Skype for Business.The security certificate is required to support secure HTTPS and TLSconnections. In conjunction with DHCP Option 43, ensure that your devices canaccess Skype for Business Server Certificate Provisioning Web Service overHTTP (TCP 80) and HTTPS (TCP 443).Note: If you configure DHCP Option 43 in on-premises Skype for Businessdeployments, the phone displays only the PIN Authentication menu tousers.For more details and troubleshooting information on DHCP Option 43, seeMicrosoft TechNet.DHCP Option 66Use this method if you are using a provisioning server or setting DHCP optionsusing the following: DHCP Option 160. If you are using devices with a Skype or Lync BaseProfile, use Option 161 with the address (URL or IP address) of theprovisioning server. You can set the provisioning server address or URL onthe device menu.4. Set up each user with a Skype for Business account and credentials.Supported DHCP Sub-OptionsThe following table lists the individual sub-options and combination sub-options supported on the phonesfor DHCP Option 43.DHCP Option 43 Sub-OptionsOptionResultOption 1 – Subnet maskThe phone parses the value from Option 43.Option 2 – Time offsetThe phone parses the value.Option 3 – RouterThe phone parses the value.Option 4 – Time serverThe phone parses the value.Option 6 – Domain Name ServerThe phone parses the value.Option 7 – Domain Log serverThe phone parses the value.Option 15 – Domain NameThe phone parses the value.Option 42 – Network Time Protocol serverThe phone parses the value.Option 66 – TFTP Server NameThe phone parses the value.Sub-options configured in Option 4327

Deploying Poly Phones with Skype for BusinessOptionResultOptions 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 15, 42, and 66The phone parses the value.Set Up Poly UC SoftwareAfter you power your devices and set up the network, set up the Poly UC Software.Note: To avoid placing the phone in a continuous reboot cycle, don’t provision phones with UC Softwarefrom both a Microsoft server and your own provisioning server.Procedure1. Set up a provisioning server on your computer and create a root directory to hold all of therequired UC Software, configuration files, and subdirectories. Name the directory to identify it ascontaining the UC Software release.2. Decide if you are provisioning your phones from Skype for Business Server or using your ownprovisioning server.Deploying UC Software in CAB file format provisions the phones and enables default featurefunctionality, including the automatic software update feature. However, if you want to change orcustomize default functionality of the phone features, you need to set up and edit UC Softwareconfiguration files on your own provisioning server and send the custom settings to the phones.3. Download, save, and extract UC Software to the root directory you created. If you are deploying UC Software from Skype for Business Server, download the CAB fileversion of UC Software. If you are deploying phones from your own provisioning server, download the split orcombined version of UC Software in XML format.4. After the UC Software directory is extracted, open the folder in your root directory.5. Configure a Call Park Orbit Policy.You must configure a call park orbit policy to enable the call park feature. See Configuring CallPark on Microsoft TechNet.Provisioning Skype for Business PhonesThe method labeled device.set is an advanced method for users familiar with configuration files anduses centralized provisioning to set the Base Profile for multiple phones.The Base Profile is a provisioning option available on Skype for Business-enabled devices that simplifiesthe process of registering your devices with Skype for Business. The Base Profile displays in the phone'smenu system and varies by phone model. The Base Profile automates registration with a default set ofconfiguration parameters and settings; you cannot modify or customize the Base Profile or featuresettings. Because you can provision only a single phone at a time from the local phone menu, usecentralized provisioning for deployments of greater than 20 devices requiring only default Skype forBusiness settings.If you want to configure phone options using a phone's Web Configuration Utility after registering thephone with the Skype for Business Server, you must enable access to the Web Configuration Utility.28

Deploying Poly Phones with Skype for BusinessCentralized ProvisioningUse a central provisioning server when provisioning multiple phones to: Configure multiple devices automatically Facilitate automated software updates Receive automatic log files Add, remove, or manage features and settings to multiple phones simultaneously Create phone groups and modify features and settings for each phone groupNote: Using an existing server to deploy your provisioning server can affect performance of yourSkype for Business deployment. Misconfiguration or nonstandard deployment of theMicrosoft Internet Information Services (IIS) web server may affect your ability to obtainaccurate Microsoft support.Centralized Provisioning MethodsUse one of the following methods to centrally deploy multiple devices: Use Skype for Business Online or Microsoft Exchange Online to set up phones and configurefeatures. Download UC Software in CAB file format and place the software on Skype for Business Server.Default feature settings are applied to all your phones. This method requires you to set up your own provisioning server. Setting up your ownprovisioning server enables you to customize feature settings using the template configurationfiles included in the UC Software download. With this method, users can sign in with theircredentials from the phone's interface.Use device.* parameters to configure multiple devices and only if you are familiar withcentralized provisioning and configuration files.Set Up Phones with Skype for Business Online and Exchange OnlineSkype for Business Online and Microsoft Exchange Online provide applications and services includingemail and social networking, Exchange Server, SharePoint, Yammer, MS Office web applications, andMicrosoft Office software.Poly offers Skype for Business Online and Exchange Online for: Poly CCX 500 business media phonesIf you need to configure media ports for Skype for Business Online deployments, see Skype for BusinessOnline for specific port numbers.When using Skype for Business Online and Microsoft Exchange Online, note the following: You must use TLS-DSK to authenticate the phones. The phones support use of ZTP staging for software upgrades.Procedure1. Install and open the Skype for Business Online, Windows PowerShell Module.2. Type the command: Import-Module SkypeOnlineConnector.29

Deploying Poly Phones with Skype for Business3. Connect to the Skype for Business tenancy using the command: session NewCsOnlineSession -Credential cred.4. When the Powershell credential request dialog displays, enter your Skype for Business user nameand password.5. Import the session with the command: Import-PSSession session -Verbose AllowClobber.6. Set policies with the command: CsIPPhonePolicies.Deploy UC Software from Skype for Business ServerIf you downloaded UC Software files in CAB format, complete the following procedure to deploy UCSoftware from Skype for Business Server.Procedure1. Download and save UC Software in CAB file format to your computer.2. Go to Skype for Business Server and copy the CAB file to a C: drive directory.3. Use the Skype for Business Server Management Shell to go to a particular directory.4. In the Skype for Business Server Management Shell, run the following import command:Import-CsDeviceUpdate -Identity service:1-WebServices-1 -FileNameUCUpdates.cab5. In the Skype for Business Control Panel, go to Clients Device Update to view UC Softwareversions available on Skype for Business Server.6. Go to Clients Action Approve to approve the UC Software.Deploy UC Software from a Provisioning ServerComplete the following steps to deploy UC Software from a provisioning server.Procedure1. Locate 000000000000.cfg in the folder after you unzip the software package.2. Place these configuration files in your root provisioning directory, create a copy of each file, andrename them keeping the suffix .cfg.Using edited copies of the template files ensures that you have unedited template files containingthe default values.3. Open the master configuration file 000000000000.cfg.In the CONFIG FILES field, enter the name of your Skype for Business configuration file andsave.Ensure that multiple configuration file names are comma separated.Configuration files you enter in the CONFIG FILES field are read left to right. If you haveconfigured the same setting in two configuration files, the setting listed first (left) is applied. Ensurethat you do not have the same parameter in more than one configuration file.If you do not want to use the Microsoft Autodiscover service, use the following parameters todisable the feature and manually set the Skype for Business server address and SIP signaling portusing: Disable Autodiscover: reg.1.serverAutoDiscovery 030

Deploying Poly Phones with Skype for Business Server: reg.1.server.1.address server address Port: reg.1.server.1.port port number 4. Set the following parameters in the device config file (device.cfg) to bypass EULA during bulkprovisioning and software upgrade: device.eulaAccepted.set "1" device.eulaAccepted "1"5. Power on your phones.Your phones display the Skype for Business Sign In screen.Set the Base Profile with device.* ParametersThis section shows you how to provision multiple devices using parameters in the device.cfg templateconfiguration file included in your UC Software download.Poly recommends using device.* parameters to configure multiple devices and only if you are familiar withcentralized provisioning and configuration files.Procedure1. Locate the device.cfg template configuration file and place the device.cfg file on yourprovisioning server.2. Locate and change the values of the following parameters: device.baseProfile Base Profile value device.set 1 device.baseProfile.set 13. Rename and save the file.4. Power on the phones.5. Once boot-up is complete, remove device.set from the template configuration file and save thefile again after removing device.set.Manual Provisioning MethodsYou can use per-phone, manual provisioning methods to register Poly devices with Skype for Business.All manual provisioning methods set the Base Profile of a phone to Skype. The Base Profile is a featureon each phone that, when set to Skype, automatically provisions the phone with the default parametersrequired to work with Skype for Business.When you use configuration files to provision the phones with Skype for Business, the phone Base Profileis set to Generic. You do not need to set the Base Profile to Skype when provisioning with configurationfiles.Set the Base Profile from the Settings MenuYou can set the Base Profile to Skype from the phone Settings menu.Procedure1. Go to Settings Advanced Administration Settings Network Configuration, and set BaseProfile to Skype.2. Select Back Save Configuration.31

Deploying Poly Phones with Skype for BusinessThe phone automatically restarts and displays the Sign In screen. Users can now sign in.Set the Base Profile Using the Web Configuration UtilityYou can use the Web Configuration Utility to manually set a phone's Base Profile to Skype.The Web Configuration Utility is disabled by default when the phone registers with Skype for BusinessServer. You must manually enable the Web Configuration Utility to configure phone settings. You cannotconfigure sign-in credentials using the Web Configuration Utility.Procedure1. Provide power to your phones and allow the phones to complete the power-up process.2. Get the IP address of each phone in your deployment by going to Settings Status Platform Phone.The IP address displays in the IP: field.3. Enter the phone's IP address in the address bar of a web browser.4.5.6.7.The Web Configuration Utility login screen displays.Choose Admin to log in as an administrator, and then enter the administrator password (default456) and click Submit.On the Home page, navigate to the Simple Setup menu.From the Base Profile drop-down list, choose Skype, and click Save at the bottom of the page.In the confirmation dialog, choose Yes.The phone automatically restarts, and users can now sign in.Configuring In-Band Provisioning SettingsYou must provision phones using either in-band provisioning or your provisioning server and not both.Where settings conflict, Skype for Business in-band provisioning device settings take precedence overthe same settings configured on your provisioning server. If you are using your own provisioning server,avoid phone update loops by configuring lync.provisionDeviceParams.enabled 0 to disable thefollowing in-band provisioning device settings sent from the Skype for Business Server or Skype forBusiness Online: EnableDeviceUpdate IPPhoneAdminPasswd LocalProvisioningServerAddress LocalProvisioningServerUser LocalProvisioningServerPassword LocalProvisioningServerType ucDiffServVoicelync.provisionDeviceParams.enabled1 (default) - Enable (accept) in-band provisioning device settings sent from Skype for Business.0 - Disable (block) in-band provisioning device settings sent from Skype for Business.32

Sign In MethodsTopics: Configuring a Skype for Business Sign In Method and Credentials PIN Authentication Web Sign In for Skype for Business Modern Authentication Supported Topologies Sign In with Better Together over Ethernet (BToE) Web Sign In for CAP with Skype for Business Online Disabling the Sign-In and Sign-Out Soft KeysYou can configure users to sign in or out of the phone using one of the following methods: User ID - Enable users to sign in with their user credentials on the Sign In screen. You cannotconfigure login credentials using the Web Configuration Utility. PIN Authentication - Use this to sign in on the phone or from the Web Configuration Utility. Thisoption is available in on-premises Skype for Business deployments when you configure DHCPOption 43 and is not available for online deployments. Web Sign In for Skype for Business - This method enables secure sign-in from a browser on yourcomputer or mobile device. The phone generates a unique pairing code used to sign in on a secureOffice 365 website. Single Sign-On Solutions (SSO) - Allows you to use the same login credentials across multiplecloud-based applications such as Microsoft Exchange and Skype for Business.When you change the active directory password, the phone de-registers from the Skype for Businessserver with a registration expiry value.The maximum length of the user name or sign in address (Name Domain) is limited to 45 characters.While signing in to the phone, the phone displays sign-in progress messages such as DiscoveringSkype for Business Server or Authentication in progress.Configuring a Skype for Business Sign In Method andCredentialsThe following parameters configure the type of sign in on the phones and user e a login type and user credentials. You cannot log in to the phone with Microsoftcredentials if the parameter reg.1.auth.loginCredentialType is set to the default value.LoginCredentialNone (default)usernameAndPassword - Set credentials to sign-in address, user name, domain, and passwordin the required format.33

Sign In MethodsextensionAndPIN - Set credentials to extension and PIN.reg.1.auth.useLoginCredentialsYou can use this method in the configuration file to automatically sign in users after the phonepowers up.1 (default) - SSI Login credentials, BToE Sign in, and Web Sign types are available forauthentication with the server.0 - SSI Login credentials, BToE Sign in, and Web Sign types are not available for authenticationwith the server.reg.1.auth.usePinCredentialsYou can use this method in the configuration file to automatically sign in users after the phonepowers up.To use this sign-in method, you must enable DHCP Option 43 or dhcp.option43.override.stsUri.1 - PIN authentication sign in method is available for authentication on the server.0 - PIN authentication sign in method is not available for authentication on the server.auth.unblock.periodIf the authentication request attempts fail due to a server error, further authentication attemptsare blocked for a defined number of minutes before reattempting.30 minutes (default)0 - 30Example Sign In ConfigurationsYou can set PIN authentication or SSI login credentials in the configuration file to log in usersautomatically after the phone powers up.The following example sets PIN authentication user credentials in the configuration file: reg.1.auth.usePinCredentials "1" reg.1.auth.loginCredentialType "extensionAndPIN" device.set "1" device.logincred.extension.set "1" device.logincred.extension "xxxx" device.logincred.pin.set "1" device.logincred.pin "xxxx"The following example sets SSI login credentials in the configuration file: reg.1.auth.loginCredentialType "usernameAndPassword" reg.1.address "[email protected]" device.set "1"34

Sign In Methods device.logincred.user.set "1" device.logincred.user "xxxx" device.logincred.password.set "1" device.logincred.password "xxxxx" device.logincred.domain.set "1" device.logincred.domain "domain"PIN AuthenticationYou can enable users to sign in to Skype for Business using PIN authentication.To use PIN authentication, you must enable the Web Configuration Utility, which is disabled by default.For information on enabling the Web Configuration Utility, see Accessing the Web Configuration Utility.After you enable the Web Configuration Utility, you can enable PIN authentication using reg.1.auth.usePinCredentials .If you configure DHCP Option 43 in on-premises Skype for Business deployments, the phone displaysonly the PIN Authentication menu to users. The PIN Auth menu does not display and is not available forSkype for Business Online.PIN Authentication ParametersThe following parameters configure PIN Authentication.device.logincred.extensionNULL (default) - The phones will not trigger registration.0 to 32 - Enter a user phone extension number or string to a maximum of 32 characters. Thephone reads this extension when you configure PIN-Auth as the phone registration method.device.logincred.pinNULL (default) - If the default value is set, the phones will not trigger registration.0 to 32 -Enter a user phone PIN to a maximum of 32 characters. The phone reads this PINwhen you configure PIN-Auth as the phone registration method.reg.1.auth.useLoginCredentialsYou can use this method in the configuration file to automatically sign in users after the phonepowers up.1 (default) - SSI Login credentials, BToE Sign in, and Web Sign types are available forauthentication with the server.0 - SSI Login credentials, BToE Sign in, and Web Sign types are not available for authenticationwith the server.35

Sign In MethodsWeb Sign In for Skype for BusinessWeb Sign In is enabled by default on phones registered with the Skype for Business server and isavailable for Skype for Business Online and On-Premise deployments.Web Sign In enables users to securely login to Skype for Business on their phone from a computer or amobile web browser. It provides users with a way to authenticate their Skype for Business credentialswithout entering their credentials on the phone. The phone displays on-screen instructions to help usersproceed through the process. With the Web Sign In method, a user can sign in concurrently to amaximum of eight phones. If a user signs in on multiple phones and signs out from one phone, the userremains signed in on the remaining phones.Users authenticate their accounts using a pairing code that is generated on the phone. The pairing codethat the Web Sign In method generates expires within a few minutes after the Skype for Business serversends the code to the phone. Users must sign in before the pairing code expires.Web Sign In supports Multi-Factor Authentication (MFA) on phones. If you’re using MFA, you must useWeb Sign In as the user sign-in method with phones. For more information on configuring MFA for Office365, refer to Microsoft's Configure Azure Multi-Factor Authentication Settings.Web Sign In for Skype for Business server is supported only when the Hybrid Modern Authentication(HMA) environment is enabled. To use the capability of HMA with Skype for Business On-Premise, ActiveDirectory should be federated with Azure Active Directory (AAD). For more information to configure HMAin your environment, refer to Hybrid Modern Authentication for Skype for Business.Web Sign In for Skype for Business ParametersThe following parameters configure Web Sign In for Skype for Business Online and On-Premisesdeployments.feature.webSignIn.enabled1 (default) - In Skype for Business Base Profile, the web sign in option is displayed on the phonefor the user.0 - In Skype for Business Base Profile, the web sign in option is not displayed on the phone forthe user.reg.1.auth.loginCredentialTypeSpecify the credential type the user must provide to log in. You cannot log in to the phone withMicrosoft credentials if reg.1.auth.loginCredentialType is set to the default value.LoginCredentialNone (default)onlineDeviceAuth - Enables users to sign in to the phone using Web Sign In.usernameAndPassword - Provide description of this value.36

Sign In MethodsSign In Remotely using Web Sign-In for Skype for BusinessYou can sign in to Skype for Business remotely using the phone's Web Configuration Utility.Procedure1.2.3.4.5.Enter your phone's IP address into a web browser on your computer.Select Admin as the login type, enter the admin password (the default is 456), and click Submit.Select Settings Skype for Business Sign In.Select

Skype for Business. Poly CCX Phones Overview Poly CCX phones provide a unified communications experience from your desktop phone. CCX business media phones contain the following features and capabilities: Native Microsoft Teams integration HD Voice Integrated Bluetooth capabilities Color touch displays