This is done in the Class of Service the subscriber is associated with - on the "Licensed Features" page there's a checkbox that enables/disables TTS functionality for users associated with that COS. This option will only be there, of course, if you have TTS licensed on your system.
As Jeff has mentioned you can enable or disable TTS from the licensing page of the Class of Service (COS). By default there are two COS, Subsriber & Administrator.
If you want to enable TTS for few users only, suggestion is to disable TTS on the subscriber COS, create a new COS based on subscriber COS, enable TTS for the new COS and assign those few users to the new COS created.
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