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Stream Locations


I can view which parts of my organisation use Teams most for calls and meetings. I can view the AD country / city / departments, or building region / country / cities that do the most audio, video or sharing streams.

Using the Good / Impacted / Poor slicer, I can view which places have the most poor or impacted streams.

This report tells me

Top pane

  • Good classified streams – number of streams and percentage of total
  • Impacted classified streams – number of streams and percentage of total 
  • Poor classified streams – number of streams and percentage of total 
  • Mean MSS (Modality Stream Score) – mean average of stream scores
  • Mean PL (Modality Stream Score, only considering packet loss) – mean average of stream scores 
  • Mean Jitter (Modality Stream Score, only considering jitter) –  mean average of stream scores 
  • Mean RTT (Modality Stream Score, only considering round-trip times) – mean average of stream scores 

Summary counts

  • Total Calls & Meetings
  • Individual Counts for Calls & Meetings
  • Total Streams for Calls & Meetings
  • Total audio streams
  • Total video streams
  • Total sharing streams

Audio Streams by AD Country

Audio Streams by AD City

Audio Streams by AD Department

Video Streams by AD country

Video Streams by AD City

Video Streams by AD Department

Sharing Streams by AD country

Sharing Streams by AD City

Sharing Streams by AD Department


Use the AD / Building switch at the top of the report to switch between AD fields and building data. 

Use the Good / Impacted / Poor slicer to quickly see which areas have the most poor streams.

You may see both (Blank) and (Not Set) within AD country/city/department visuals. (Blank) means there is no user record associated with those streams, (Not Set) is where there is a user record, but the attribute has no value set. Usage and Governance Data Dictionary and Reporting Capabilities has more information on AD attributes collected and stored.

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