Configuring Who Can Start and Stop Recording from the Web Meeting Room
Note ● This task applies to systems configured for MeetingPlace-managed only.
- Your Cisco WebEx administrator may have already completed part or all of this task for you.
If you or your Cisco WebEx administrator complete this task, then the web meeting room will enforce the recording privileges that are configured in Cisco Unified MeetingPlace user profiles. Only meeting hosts with recording privileges can start and stop recording from the web meeting room.
If you or your Cisco WebEx administrator do not complete this task:
- All meeting hosts will be able to start and stop recording from the web meeting room.
- The Cisco Unified MeetingPlace recording privileges only affect whether users can start and stop recording from the telephone user interface (TUI).
Users who join the audio meeting via a dial-out call are always treated as guests on the phone, even if they were authenticated over the web. Therefore, the TUI recording privileges of these users are determined by the guest profile in Cisco Unified MeetingPlace.
If, however, the user is a meeting host or alternate host who is authenticated over the web, then the recording privileges in the user profile are enforced for the recording menu in the web meeting room.
Before You Begin
Step 1 Go to the Cisco WebEx Site Administration:
a. Select System Configuration > Cisco WebEx Configuration > Cisco WebEx Certificate.
b. Select the Cisco WebEx Site Administration URL link.
c. 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 2 Select Session Type List.
Step 3 If you see a “non-recording” entry in the Session Name column:
a. Check the Active check box for that entry.
b. Select the entry in the Session Code column.
c. Proceed to Step 5.
Step 4 If there is no existing “non-recording” entry in the Session Name column:
a. Select Add Custom Type.
b. Enter non-recording as the Session name.
Step 5 Uncheck these features:
- Recording client-side
- Recording network-based
Step 6 (Optional) Set the web meeting room features to appear as your users would expect or want them to appear.
For example, if your users are accustomed to seeing the Chat and Participant list features in the web meeting room, then do the following for each of those features:
a. Check the check box for the feature.
b. Select Open under Default Behavior.
Step 7 Select Add or Update.
Step 8 Enable the new custom session type for your users:
a. Select Edit Privileges.
b. Find non-recording in the “Change meeting privileges for all users” area.
c. Select Enable all for non-recording.
d. Select Submit.