Yes, even for upper management. Brett, Parker, Srini, etc. included. Caveat is that they are (were?) in a separate corner of a building with their assistants nearby and their own set of conf.rooms. First (and only) time I was there it was funny to see them all just working quietly at their standing desk.
People with real business managers, chief of staffs, and admins could actually demand such wherever he goes. Looks like mr microsoft here is whacking off his imaginary role. I’ve worked in MS for 10 years, not really as swanky as how you’re posing it to be. Get over yourself