Configuration Guide for Cisco Unified MeetingPlace Release 8.6
Updating User Information
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Updating User Information in MeetingPlace Conference Manager

Table Of Contents

Updating User Information in MeetingPlace Conference Manager

Adding a User Profile

Searching for a User Profile

Modifying the State of a User Profile

Changing the Sign-in Information for a User

Updating a User Profile

Deleting a User Profile


Updating User Information in MeetingPlace Conference Manager



Note You must have either System Manager or Attendant privileges to use MeetingPlace Conference Manager.


Topics in this section include:

Adding a User Profile

Searching for a User Profile

Modifying the State of a User Profile

Changing the Sign-in Information for a User

Updating a User Profile

Deleting a User Profile

Adding a User Profile

Before You Begin

You must have either System Manager or Attendant privileges.

Restriction

If your system is configured for WebEx-driven user management, the type of user profile you can create depends on how your system is configured:

If your system is configured for WebEx-driven user management, you can create System Manager or Attendant profiles.

If your system is configured for MeetingPlace-driven user management, you can create any type of profile.

If your system is configured for MeetingPlace-managed, you can create any type of profile.

If you are signed in as an attendant, you might not have the correct privileges to add user profiles. These privileges are configured by the system administrator through the Administration Center. See Configuring Attendant Privileges.

Procedure


Step 1 Sign in to a server.

Step 2 Select the Users tab.

Step 3 Select Add User.

Step 4 Enter the user information.

Step 5 Select Save.


Related Topics

Field Reference: Add User Profile Page and Edit User Profile Page

Searching for a User Profile

Searching for a User Profile

Complete this task to find a user profile in MeetingPlace Conference Manager.

Before You Begin

You must have either System Manager or Attendant privileges.

Procedure


Step 1 Sign in to a server.

Step 2 Scroll down to the Search For Users section.

Step 3 Search for the user.

Select one of the shortcuts for locked or inactive users if they apply.

If neither of the shortcuts apply, enter a search parameter and select Search.

Step 4 Select the Users tab in the right pane to see your search results.

Step 5 (Optional) Filter your search results by user ID or profile number.


Related Topics

Modifying the State of a User Profile

Changing the Sign-in Information for a User

Updating a User Profile

Deleting a User Profile

Modifying the State of a User Profile

Complete this task to set a user profile as active, inactive, or locked. You can modify the status of one profile or a group of profiles.

Before You Begin

You must have either System Manager or Attendant privileges.

If you are signed in as an attendant, make sure that you have permission to modify user profiles. This is set on the Cisco Unified MeetingPlace Application Server: Admin > System configuration > Usage configuration > Attendant privileges.

Restrictions

If your system is configured for WebEx-driven user management, any changes you make to the state of a user profile through MeetingPlace Conference Manager will not affect the Cisco WebEx profile.

You cannot set the user status of the admin profile and the recorder profile to Locked.

Procedure


Step 1 Sign in to a server.

Step 2 Search for the user whose status you want to modify.

Step 3 Select the user entry.

To choose more than one user entry, press the Ctrl key while selecting more user entries.

Step 4 Select Set status as and choose the status you want to apply.


Related Topics

Searching for a User Profile

Changing the Sign-in Information for a User

Complete this task to change the user password, profile PIN, or email address of a user. You can also use this task to change the user status.

Before You Begin

This task supports systems configured for MeetingPlace-scheduling or audio-only.

This task supports systems configured for WebEx-scheduling but with MeetingPlace-driven user management.

This task does not support systems configured for WebEx-scheduling and WebEx-driven user management.

You must have either System Manager or Attendant privileges.

You cannot set the user status of the admin profile and the recorder profile to Locked.

Procedure


Step 1 Sign in to a server.

Step 2 Search for the user whose sign-in information you want to modify.

Step 3 Select the user entry.

To choose more than one user entry, press the Ctrl key while selecting more user entries.

Step 4 Select Change Sign-in Info.

Step 5 Enter your changes.

Step 6 Select Save.


Related Topics

Searching for a User Profile

Updating a User Profile

Before You Begin

You must have either System Manager or Attendant privileges.

Restrictions

The availability of fields that you can update differs based on whether the system is configured for MeetingPlace-driven user management or WebEx-driven user management.

Procedure


Step 1 Sign in to a server.

Step 2 Search for the user whose information you want to update.

Step 3 Select the user entry.

Step 4 Select Edit User to open the Edit user profile window.

Step 5 Enter your changes.

Step 6 Select Save.


Related Topics

Searching for a User Profile

Deleting a User Profile

Before You Begin

You must have either System Manager or Attendant privileges.

Restrictions

If your system is configured for WebEx-driven user management, deleting a profile from MeetingPlace Conference Manager will not remove the profile from Cisco WebEx. Make sure that you manually deactivate the profile from the Cisco WebEx system after completing this task.

Procedure


Step 1 Sign in to a server.

Step 2 Search for the user whose profile you want to delete.

Step 3 Select the user entry.

Step 4 Select Delete User.

Step 5 Select Yes.


Related Topics

Searching for a User Profile

Deactivating Cisco WebEx User Profiles