Configuration Guide for Cisco Unified MeetingPlace Release 8.6
Integrating MeetingPlace-Managed Deployments with Cisco WebEx
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Integrating MeetingPlace-Scheduling Deployments with Cisco WebEx

Table Of Contents

Integrating MeetingPlace-Scheduling Deployments with Cisco WebEx

Prerequisites for Integrating MeetingPlace-Scheduling Deployments with Cisco WebEx

Restrictions for Integrating MeetingPlace-Scheduling Deployments with Cisco WebEx

How to Integrate MeetingPlace-Scheduling Deployments with Cisco WebEx

Setting Up the Administrator Account on the Cisco WebEx Site for MeetingPlace-Scheduling Deployments

Configuring the Cisco WebEx Connection for MeetingPlace-Scheduling Deployments

Creating and Uploading the Cisco WebEx Certificate

Configuring the Audio Recorder for MeetingPlace-Scheduling Deployments

Establishing or Resetting the Telephony Connection for MeetingPlace-Scheduling Deployments

Configuring Site Settings in the Cisco WebEx Site Administration for MeetingPlace-Scheduling Deployments

Enabling Dial-Out Calls for MeetingPlace-Scheduling Deployments

Disabling Dial-Out Calls from the Cisco WebEx Site for MeetingPlace-Scheduling Deployments

Enabling Phone Numbers in the User Profile to Appear When the User Dials Out from the Web Meeting Room

Configuring Which Website is Displayed After Web Meetings End

Verifying the Cisco WebEx Integration for MeetingPlace-Scheduling Deployments


Integrating MeetingPlace-Scheduling Deployments with Cisco WebEx


This module describes how to set up Cisco WebEx web conferencing for systems that are configured for MeetingPlace-managed. Note that procedures differ based on whether your system is configured for WebEx-driven user management or MeetingPlace-managed.


Note For descriptions, restrictions, and user information for each Cisco WebEx integration deployment option, see the Planning Guide for Cisco Unified MeetingPlace Release 8.6 at http://www.cisco.com/en/US/
products/sw/ps5664/ps5669/products_implementation_design_guides_list.html


Prerequisites for Integrating MeetingPlace-Scheduling Deployments with Cisco WebEx

Restrictions for Integrating MeetingPlace-Scheduling Deployments with Cisco WebEx

How to Integrate MeetingPlace-Scheduling Deployments with Cisco WebEx

Verifying the Cisco WebEx Integration for MeetingPlace-Scheduling Deployments

Prerequisites for Integrating MeetingPlace-Scheduling Deployments with Cisco WebEx

Understand your integration deployment, including any restrictions and information that you will need to provide to your users. See the Planning Guide for Cisco Unified MeetingPlace at http://www.cisco.com/en/US/products/sw/ps5664/ps5669/
products_implementation_design_guides_list.html
.

Install or upgrade the Cisco Unified MeetingPlace system, including all servers that are required for your specific deployment. For details, see the "Quick Start for Installing and Configuring" section in the Installation, Upgrade, and Migration Guide for Cisco Unified MeetingPlace Release 8.6.

Obtain a Cisco WebEx site, such as cisco.webex.com.

If your deployment includes the Cisco WebEx Node, then register each Cisco WebEx Node with Cisco WebEx.

The Cisco Unified MeetingPlace Application Server WebEx TSP only supports SOCKS web proxy servers (not HTTP proxy). Allow direct firewall access to WebEx Site IPs directly. Note that there are often delay issues when proxy servers are used. The integration to Cisco WebEx must be maintained continuously via the internet without delays, otherwise it will affect user response times.

If you did not configure Network Time Protocol (NTP) on the Application Server during installation, then use the net command to do so.

If your deployment includes the Cisco WebEx Node, then we recommend that you keep the default NTP configuration in which the Application Server uses the Cisco WebEx Node as the NTP server.

Configure the Cisco Unified MeetingPlace Web Server software. See Web Scheduling Interface for Scheduling and Joining Meetings.

Related Topics

Creating and Uploading the Cisco WebEx Certificate

Configuring Directory Service on MeetingPlace-Scheduled and Audio-Only Deployments

Recommendations for Time and Time Zone Configurations

Configuring SSL for the Application Server

Restrictions for Integrating MeetingPlace-Scheduling Deployments with Cisco WebEx

The Cisco WebEx Node does not support proxy configurations. Specifically, the Cisco WebEx Node needs to be able to contact the Cisco WebEx site without the use of an HTTPS web proxy.

The required Telephony Service Provider (TSP) connection from the Cisco Unified MeetingPlace Application Server to the WebEx data center can be established either directly or through a SOCKS proxy. HTTP proxies are not supported. Beware that proxies introduce delays that can adversely affect end user experiences. Cisco recommends either not using a proxy or carefully monitoring the communication through the proxy to assure that there are no perceptible delays.

If more than two audio participants join and leave a Cisco WebEx meeting, the meeting continues until the host ends the meeting or until the scheduled end time.

Cisco WebEx does not support phone numbers that are formatted with a plus sign (+). If users attempt to format their phone numbers with a plus sign, they will receive an error message.

Cisco WebEx supports a maximum of 64 UTF characters for the email address when importing user profiles.

Related Topics

User Profile Restrictions for MeetingPlace-Managed DeploymentsFor recording restrictions, see Configuring Recordings for Cisco WebEx Integration

For deployment-specific restrictions, see the Planning Guide for Cisco Unified MeetingPlace at http://www.cisco.com/en/US/products/sw/ps5664/ps5669/products_implementation_design
_guides_list.html

How to Integrate MeetingPlace-Scheduling Deployments with Cisco WebEx


Note When WebEx updates TSP information, Cisco Unified MeetingPlace administrators must follow a reset procedure to force the Cisco Unified MeetingPlace system to download and apply the new configuration from WebEx. For reset instructions, see the "Establishing or Resetting the Telephony Connection for MeetingPlace-Scheduling Deployments" section.


Setting Up the Administrator Account on the Cisco WebEx Site for MeetingPlace-Scheduling Deployments

Configuring the Cisco WebEx Connection for MeetingPlace-Scheduling Deployments

Creating and Uploading the Cisco WebEx Certificate

Configuring the Audio Recorder for MeetingPlace-Scheduling Deployments

Establishing or Resetting the Telephony Connection for MeetingPlace-Scheduling Deployments

Configuring Site Settings in the Cisco WebEx Site Administration for MeetingPlace-Scheduling Deployments

Enabling Dial-Out Calls for MeetingPlace-Scheduling Deployments

Disabling Dial-Out Calls from the Cisco WebEx Site for MeetingPlace-Scheduling Deployments

Enabling Phone Numbers in the User Profile to Appear When the User Dials Out from the Web Meeting Room

Configuring Which Website is Displayed After Web Meetings End

Setting Up the Administrator Account on the Cisco WebEx Site for MeetingPlace-Scheduling Deployments

If your system is configured for MeetingPlace-managed, the Cisco WebEx site must have an administrator user profile that matches the preconfigured Admin Profile in Cisco Unified MeetingPlace.

Before You Begin

This task applies to systems configured for MeetingPlace-managed.

See the "Prerequisites for Integrating MeetingPlace-Scheduling Deployments with Cisco WebEx" section.

Obtain the following information, which is typically provided via email by the Cisco WebEx site provisioning group:

Site name

Username and password for the Cisco WebEx site

Procedure


Step 1 Sign in to http:site-name.webex.com/admin.

Step 2 Select Add User.

Step 3 Search for and select the username admin.

If the search results do not include a profile with user name admin, then select Add User.

Step 4 Confirm or enter the following values:

Account Type—Site administrator

Username—Must exactly match the user ID of the preconfigured admin profile on Cisco Unified MeetingPlace, which is admin by default.

Cisco Unified MeetingPlace profile number—Must exactly match the Profile number of the preconfigured admin profile on Cisco Unified MeetingPlace, which is 0001 by default.

Email—Make sure that this email address is unique among all email addresses in Cisco WebEx user profiles. To prevent any conflicts, we recommend that you enter a unique email alias.

Password—You will require this password when configuring the Cisco WebEx site administration password on the Cisco WebEx Site and Server Page in the next task.

You also need to specify the first and last name for this user, for example:

First name—Administrator

Last name—Cisco Unified MeetingPlace

Step 5 Select Update or Add.


What to Do Next

Proceed to the "Configuring the Cisco WebEx Connection for MeetingPlace-Scheduling Deployments" section.

Related Topics

Creating and Uploading the Cisco WebEx Certificate

Configuring the Cisco WebEx Connection for MeetingPlace-Scheduling Deployments

Before You Begin

This task applies to systems configured for MeetingPlace-managed.

Complete the "Setting Up the Administrator Account on the Cisco WebEx Site for MeetingPlace-Scheduling Deployments" section.

Make sure you remember the password that you assigned to the Cisco Unified MeetingPlace site administrator profile on the Cisco WebEx site. You will require it for this task.

Obtain the following information, which is typically provided via email by the Cisco WebEx site provisioning group:

Site ID

Site name

Username and password for the Cisco WebEx site

Partner ID

If applicable, obtain the proxy server hostname and port number from your network administrator.

Cisco Unified MeetingPlace Application Server WebEx TSP only supports SOCKS web proxy servers (not HTTP proxy). Allow direct firewall access to WebEx site IPs directly. Often there are delay issues when proxy servers are used and the integration to WebEx must be able to be maintained continuously via internet without delays, otherwise it will affect user response times.

Procedure


Step 1 Sign in to the Cisco Unified MeetingPlace Administration Center.

Step 2 Select System Configuration > Cisco WebEx Configuration > Cisco WebEx Site and Server.

Step 3 Configure the fields on the Cisco WebEx Site and Server Page.

Make sure that your entry for Cisco WebEx site name exactly matches the site name information you received from your Cisco WebEx site provisioning group. This field is case-sensitive. If you migrated to Release 8.6 from a previous release of Cisco Unified MeetingPlace, this information was pre-populated from the migration and does not need to be modified or re-entered.


Note When you enter the Cisco WebEx site name, enter only the site hostname not the fully qualified domain name (FQDN). The system automatically appends webex.com to the entered site name. For example, if you enter xyz.webex.com as the site hostname, the system will fail to connect to xyz.webex.com.webex.com.


Depending on the field changes you make, you may need to reset certain connections or services before your new configuration takes effect. Make sure that you follow any additional instructions that appear.

Step 4 Select Save.


Troubleshooting Tip

If you receive the following HTTP transport error, you have entered the FQDN for the site name. Enter only the site hostname.

java.net.UnknownHostException: <site hostname>.webex.com.webex.com

What to Do Next

Proceed to the "Creating and Uploading the Cisco WebEx Certificate" section.

Related Topics

Field Reference: Cisco WebEx Site and Server Page

Stopping, Starting, or Restarting the Cisco Unified MeetingPlace Web Master Service

Creating and Uploading the Cisco WebEx Certificate

Since this release of Cisco Unified MeetingPlace does not support a direct upgrade from previous releases, it is likely that you will complete part of this task to re-upload your Cisco WebEx certificate only. However, the task describes how to create and upload the Cisco WebEx certificate in its entirety for reference purposes.

This task applies to systems configured for MeetingPlace-managed.

Before You Begin

Complete the "Configuring the Cisco WebEx Connection for MeetingPlace-Scheduling Deployments" section.

The method by which you need to upload the Cisco WebEx certificate depends on whether or not your site is provisioned for directory integration. If you are not sure, ask your Cisco WebEx administrator.


Caution If you create a certificate when one is already in use, then you will block further user access to Cisco WebEx through Cisco Unified MeetingPlace. User access will be re-enabled after you upload the new certificate to the Cisco WebEx Site Administration.

Restriction

(Application Server Failover deployment only) Cisco WebEx certificate files are not automatically replicated between the active and standby Application Servers. Therefore, you need to complete one of the following actions after you create and upload the Cisco WebEx certificate on the active server. Otherwise, the standby server will not be able to connect to the Cisco WebEx site if it becomes the active server.

Use the failoverUtil copyConfigFiles and failoverUtil restoreConfigFiles CLI commands to copy the certificate files and other unreplicated system files from the active server to the standby server. For detailed instructions, see "Configuring the Application Servers in a Failover Deployment".

If you want to transfer only the Cisco WebEx certificate files, then manually copy the following files from the active server to the standby server:

/opt/cisco/meetingplace/web/current/etc/conf/keyinfo.properties

/opt/cisco/meetingplace/web/current/etc/conf/keystore.jks

/opt/cisco/meetingplace/web/current/etc/conf/cert.cer

You may instead choose to create and upload a new Cisco WebEx certificate after activating a standby server that does not already contain working Cisco WebEx certificate files.

Procedure


Step 1 Sign in to the Cisco Unified MeetingPlace Administration Center.

Step 2 Select Certificate Management > WebEx Certificate Management > Cisco WebEx Certificate.

Step 3 Select Create Certificate.

Step 4 Select OK.

Step 5 Select the Certificate location link.

Step 6 Save a local copy of the certificate.

Step 7 Select the Cisco WebEx Site Administration URL link.

Step 8 Sign in if prompted:

Enter the Username of your Cisco Unified MeetingPlace site administrator user profile.

Enter the Cisco WebEx site administration password that was provided by your Cisco WebEx administrator.

Step 9 (Optional) If your Cisco WebEx site was provisioned for directory integration, then complete these steps:

a. Select SSO Configuration.

b. Configure the Default WebEx Target page URL field with the Cisco WebEx site page where you want end users to go after signing in. Sample URLs that you can use:

Meeting Center page—http://site.webex.com/mc

Main Cisco WebEx site—http://site.webex.com

c. Select Update.

d. Select Site Certificate Manager.

Step 10 (Optional) If your Cisco WebEx site was not provisioned for directory integration, then complete these steps:

a. Click Site Settings.

b. Scroll down to the end of the Security Options area.

Step 11 Select Import Certificate.

If a previous certificate is already in place, then first select Remove the Certificate.

Step 12 In the Import your certificate field, browse to the local copy of the certificate.

Step 13 Select OK.

Step 14 Select Close.


Troubleshooting Tip

If you see one of the following errors while selecting the Cisco WebEx Site Administration URL link, then complete Modifying Your Cisco WebEx Site Administrator Account:

SSO Error -1.

Cannot create account. Contact your administrator. Error -32.

What to Do Next

If your deployment includes the Cisco WebEx Node, proceed to Configuring the Application Server Link on the Cisco WebEx Node.

Otherwise, proceed to the "Configuring the Audio Recorder for MeetingPlace-Scheduling Deployments" section.

Related Topics

Field Reference: Generate Certificate Signing Requests (CSRs) Page

How to Resolve Recording Problems for Cisco WebEx Web Meetings

Configuring the Audio Recorder for MeetingPlace-Scheduling Deployments

Cisco Unified MeetingPlace comes with a preconfigured "recorder" user profile that is used for the following:

Telephony connection to the Cisco WebEx site.

Cisco WebEx Network-Based Recording (NBR) uses this profile to access and record the audio portion of external meetings.

Cisco Unified MeetingPlace treats the Cisco WebEx NBR as an auto-answer device.

Before You Begin

This task is required for integrating Cisco Unified MeetingPlace with Cisco WebEx even if you do not plan to record meetings. If your system is configured for MeetingPlace-managed, your telephony connection will not be complete until you complete this task.

Procedure


Step 1 Sign in to the Cisco Unified MeetingPlace Administration Center.

Step 2 Select System Configuration > Cisco WebEx Configuration > Cisco WebEx Audio Recorder.

Step 3 Modify the following fields:

Profile number—Optional. You may choose to keep the default value of 0002.

Profile PIN—Required.


Note We recommend that you set the Profile PIN to be at least six digits. Setting the Profile PIN to less than six digits may result in the system failing to record the audio component of the meeting.


Profile PIN confirm—Required.

The updated values are automatically copied to the Cisco WebEx site.

Step 4 Select Save.

Step 5 Select System Configuration > Meeting Configuration.

Step 6 Set Meeting controls device to Yes.

Step 7 (Optional) If you want to modify how the Cisco WebEx audio recorder is disconnected at the end of meetings, configure the Connected until meeting ends field.

Step 8 Select Save.

Step 9 From any phone, dial in to Cisco Unified MeetingPlace.

Step 10 Press 3#.

Step 11 Sign in using the Profile number and Profile PIN of the recorder profile.

Step 12 When prompted, record a name, such as "Cisco WebEx Recorder."


What to Do Next

Proceed to the "Establishing or Resetting the Telephony Connection for MeetingPlace-Scheduling Deployments" section.

Related Topics

Configuring Recordings for Cisco WebEx Integration

How to Configure Auto-Answer Devices

Configuring Audio and Video Recordings

Establishing or Resetting the Telephony Connection for MeetingPlace-Scheduling Deployments

Before You Begin

This task applies to systems configured for MeetingPlace-managed.

If your deployment includes a Cisco WebEx Node, complete Configuring the Application Server Link on the Cisco WebEx Node.


Caution Performing this task causes the system to drop all Cisco WebEx meetings that are active.

Procedure


Step 1 Sign in to the Cisco Unified MeetingPlace Administration Center.

Step 2 Select System Configuration > Cisco WebEx Configuration > Cisco WebEx Site and Server.

Step 3 Select Reset TSP Connection.

Step 4 Select OK to proceed with the reset.

Step 5 On the Web Server, restart the Cisco Unified MeetingPlace Web Master Service.


Troubleshooting Tips

If the system reports an HTTP communication error, then do the following:

From a web browser on the Application Server, make sure that you can reach the Cisco WebEx site by FQDN.

If your network uses a proxy, then make sure that the connection settings for the browser are configured accordingly.

Check that the configured Cisco WebEx site name is correct by pointing a browser to the following URL: http://site-name.webex.com.

If the URL is not reachable, and you verified that you configured the correct Cisco WebEx site name, then contact your Cisco WebEx administrator.

If your network requires a proxy configuration, then check and correct the proxy server hostname and proxy server port field values, which are provided by your network administrator.

If the system is unable to establish the TSP connection or acquire IP addresses for the TSP primary host and TSP secondary host, then do the following:

Make sure that the Application Server is configured to use Network Time Protocol (NTP). If you did not configure NTP during installation, then use the net command to do so now.

If your deployment includes the Cisco WebEx Node, then make sure that the Application Server is configured to use the Cisco WebEx Node as the NTP server.

Create and upload a new Cisco WebEx certificate. See the "Creating and Uploading the Cisco WebEx Certificate" section.

What to Do Next

Proceed to the "Configuring Site Settings in the Cisco WebEx Site Administration for MeetingPlace-Scheduling Deployments" section.

Related Topics

Field Reference: Cisco WebEx Site and Server Page

Stopping, Starting, or Restarting the Cisco Unified MeetingPlace Web Master Service

Configuring Site Settings in the Cisco WebEx Site Administration for MeetingPlace-Scheduling Deployments

Before You Begin

This task applies to systems configured for MeetingPlace-managed.

Complete the "Establishing or Resetting the Telephony Connection for MeetingPlace-Scheduling Deployments" section.

Procedure


Step 1 Sign in to http:site-name.webex.com/admin.

Step 2 Select Site Settings.

Step 3 Check Allow user to store personal information for joining meetings and call-back teleconference.

Step 4 Set Meeting email reminders to Off.

Step 5 Check All meetings must be unlisted.

Step 6 Uncheck the following:

Display feedback form after meeting

All meetings must have a password

Require strong passwords for meetings

Step 7 Select Update.

Step 8 For Meeting Center only, to enable the audio meeting to continue after the web meeting ends:

a. Set Site Settings for to Meeting Center.

b. Check Enable Teleconference Keep-Alive.

c. Leave Default Setting (enabled/disabled) unchecked.

d. Select Update Site Settings.

e. Show your users how to enable the audio meeting to continue after the web meeting ends.

Specifically, when the host closes the web meeting room, the End Meeting dialog box appears. To enable the audio meeting to continue, the host needs to check Keep the teleconference running and click OK.


What to Do Next

Proceed to the "Verifying the Cisco WebEx Integration for MeetingPlace-Scheduling Deployments" section.

Enabling Dial-Out Calls for MeetingPlace-Scheduling Deployments

Before You Begin

This task applies to systems configured for MeetingPlace-managed.

Cisco WebEx treats all audio meeting participants as guest users, including the meeting host. Therefore, if the system dials out to users for either of the following reasons:

The host joins a continuous meeting that is set up to call all invitees when the first person joins

The host presses #3 to dial out to other users

Then any users who are already in the meeting will experience the following:

The audio meeting participant (including the host) will receive a dial-out call, which should be ignored.

The web meeting participant will see a duplicate entry in the participant list, instead of a single entry which represents both the audio and web presence for the user.

Procedure


Step 1 Sign in to the Cisco Unified MeetingPlace Administration Center.

Step 2 Select System Configuration > Usage Configuration.

Step 3 Set Disable outdial from phone to No.

Step 4 Select Save.


What To Do Next

Proceed to the "Enabling Phone Numbers in the User Profile to Appear When the User Dials Out from the Web Meeting Room" section.


Note The target number from outdials that are enabled through TSP messaging is presented to Cisco Unified Communications Manager (CUCM) in the E.164 format. To enable dialing extensions, create a dial rule to route internal numbers on CUCM.


Related Topics

Disabling Dial-Out Calls from the Cisco WebEx Site for MeetingPlace-Scheduling Deployments

Guest Profile

Configuring Dial-Out Features on MeetingPlace-Scheduled and Audio-Only Deployments

Restricting Dial-Out Privileges for Guest Users

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

Limiting the Number of Attempted Dial-Out Calls From Voice Meetings

Configuring Call Control

Disabling Dial-Out Calls from the Cisco WebEx Site for MeetingPlace-Scheduling Deployments

Complete this task to hide dial-out options from the Cisco WebEx site and web meeting room.

Before You Begin

This task applies to systems configured for MeetingPlace-managed.

Procedure


Step 1 Sign in to http:site-name.webex.com/admin.

Step 2 Select Site Settings.

Step 3 Select Cisco Unified MeetingPlace Audio Conferencing.

Step 4 Select Call-in teleconferencing.

Step 5 Make sure that Call-back teleconferencing is not selected.

Step 6 Select Update.


Related Topics

Enabling or Disabling Dial-Out Calls for WebEx-Scheduling Deployments

Enabling Phone Numbers in the User Profile to Appear When the User Dials Out from the Web Meeting Room

Before You Begin

This task applies to systems configured for MeetingPlace-managed.

Have your Cisco WebEx administrator enable the telephony domain setting for your Cisco WebEx site.

Restriction

Only the Main phone number is copied from the Cisco Unified MeetingPlace user profile to the Cisco WebEx user profile.

Procedure


Step 1 Sign in to http:site-name.webex.com/admin.

Step 2 Select Edit User List.

Step 3 Find the user profile.

Step 4 Select the name of the user.

Step 5 Scroll down to the Contact Information.

Step 6 Check the Call-back check box for each phone number that you want to display when the user tries to dial out from the web meeting room.

Step 7 Select Update.

Step 8 Repeat Step 3 to Step 7 for each user profile.


What to Do Next

Proceed to the "Configuring Which Website is Displayed After Web Meetings End" section.

Related Topics

Enabling Dial-Out Calls for MeetingPlace-Scheduling Deployments

Configuring Which Website is Displayed After Web Meetings End

By default, when a web meeting ends, a browser window points to www.cisco.com. Complete this task to specify a different website.

Before You Begin

This task applies to systems configured for MeetingPlace-managed only.

Procedure


Step 1 From the Cisco Unified MeetingPlace Web Server desktop, navigate to this directory:

C:\Program Files\Cisco Systems\MPWeb\HTML.

Step 2 Locate the file called bu.html.

Step 3 Save a copy of the file in another location, in case you need to undo your changes.

Step 4 Right-click the original bu.html file and select Edit.

Step 5 Locate the following text:

if ( sResponse == "SUCCESS" )
{
	self.location.href = "http://cisco.com";
}
 
   

Step 6 Replace http://www.cisco.com with the preferred URL.

Step 7 Save and close the bu.html file.


Verifying the Cisco WebEx Integration for MeetingPlace-Scheduling Deployments

Skip any steps that do not apply to your specific deployment. For example, your system may not include the Cisco WebEx Node or Microsoft Outlook integration.

Before You Begin

This task applies to systems configured for MeetingPlace-managed.

Complete Verifying Network Connectivity for Cisco WebEx Integration.

Procedure


Step 1 Verify the following:

You can schedule and join meetings from the Cisco Unified MeetingPlace web scheduling interface.

You can schedule and join meetings from Microsoft Outlook.

Email notifications are correct:

Click-to-attend links work correctly.

Dial-in phone numbers are correct.

Step 2 Verify that you can or cannot record meetings based on the expected recording privileges.

Step 3 Verify all Cisco WebEx services applicable to your deployment, such as Meeting Center, Training Center, and Event Center.


What To Do Next

Provide your users with the information and restrictions they need to use Cisco Unified MeetingPlace with Cisco WebEx. See the Planning Guide for Cisco Unified MeetingPlace at http://www.cisco.com/
en/US/products/sw/ps5664/ps5669/products_implementation_design_guides_list.html
.

Related Topics

Troubleshooting Integration with Cisco WebEx

Integrating MeetingPlace-Scheduling Deployments with Cisco WebEx

Configuring Recordings for Cisco WebEx Integration