Using Logitech Tap Room to join a non-Teams meeting
Before your meeting
If the display is off, tap it to wake it up.
On the base screen (where upcoming meetings are displayed), choose “More”
You will be prompted to enter an admin password. Enter the password you have been given. If there is no on screen keyboard, tap inside the password box to bring it up. You may need to try a few times.
You will now be on the Settings page.
Choose “Windows Settings”.
You will see a Windows login page that is defaulting to Skype (this is the Teams Account. Don’t choose this right now.
Choose “Administrator” and enter the same password again. You are now in a (relatively) normal Windows session and can use it as such. This is not private to you however, so be mindful both of your personal data (and that of your clients) and other other users who may follow you. Please be careful and don’t install anything except required meeting software here. You will likely want to use mouse and keyboard to make using this as a regular PC easier however, it will need to be plugged in to the pc behind the main display, so wireless devices are best. However, you may find things are a little jittery. Sit as close to the PC as is practical. The screen is split over the main display and the tap/touchscreen. You will not be able to choose things on the main screen using the touchscreen, you will definitely need a mouse for this.
Use Private (may be called InPrivate or Incognito) browsing in any browser you open so you don’t leave a trail of data and logged in accounts for others to find. You will find this option in the menu of your browser (usually at the top right of the browser).
Do not save any passwords.
After your meeting
Choose “logout” from the windows menu.
When you return to the main login screen, choose “Skype” and then “login” to return the device to its default state for Teams meetings.