Yes, it can be done, but I have to warn. It is not officially supported by Microsoft.
Here is a code sample how to do it using a SipServiceRequest. Note that you must have created an endpoint before you can use this code. I used a RealTimeClientConnectionManager to create the endpoint.
The callback, which handles the response data.
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