Configure an AirPlay setting in Apple Business Essentials
You can use Apple TV as a conference room display so that anyone can easily share their screen using AirPlay.
Apple TV has a mode called Conference Room Display. You can use Apple TV as a conference room display so that anyone can easily share their screen from an iPhone, iPad, and Mac computer using AirPlay. When Conference Room Display is turned on, a message appears on the display with AirPlay connection instructions and wireless network details.
You can also set an Apple TV so that the only mode it offers is Conference Room Display. When you set this, you can add a custom message that users see when they attempt to connect to the Apple TV using AirPlay.
See Stream to a conference room display in the Apple TV User Guide.
In Apple Business Essentials, sign in with a user that has the role of Administrator.
Select Settings in the sidebar, then select All Settings.
Select the Add button next to AirPlay , then enter the message you want users to see when they connect to the Apple TV.
Under Platform, select the operating systems you would like to configure this setting for.
Set any of the following:
Choose whether to allow the device to receive AirPlay requests. Mac computers can only be set to deny AirPlay.
Conference Room Display
Choose whether to use Apple TV as a Conference Room Display. If set, only streaming using AirPlay is permitted and no apps are accessible.
Enter the message
Enter a message to display on the screen. The message appears on the screen saver below the default AirPlay network and passcode information.
Choose whether AirPlay is available using a direct wireless connection to the Apple TV. If disabled, only requests from devices connected to the same local network as the Apple TV are accepted.
Choose whether to set one password for all requests, or to use on-screen passcodes.
Enter the password
Enter the password required for AirPlay requests to the Apple TV.