We’ve talked a lot here on the Lync Server PowerShell blog about scopes and policies, including per-user policies. Just to refresh your memory, a per-user policy is a policy that must be specifically assigned to a user or group. The user has whatever capabilities that policy specifies for them. The way this works is pretty straightforward – until you get to conferencing policies.

 

When it comes to conferencing in Lync Server 2010, there are per-user settings and per-organizer settings. The actions a user can take within a conference depend not only on their own user settings, but also on the organizer’s settings.

 

Confused? You won’t be after reading No Conferencing Policy is an Island: Per-Organizer Settings vs. Per-User Settings.

 

http://blogs.technet.com/b/csps/archive/2011/04/04/confperorganizerperuser.aspx