Release Notes for Cisco WebEx Meetings Server

These release notes describe new features, requirements, restrictions, and caveats for all versions of Cisco WebEx Meetings Server Release 2.8. These release notes are updated for every maintenance release but not for patches or hot fixes. Each maintenance release includes the features, requirements, restrictions, and bug fixes of the previous releases unless mentioned otherwise. Before you deploy Cisco WebEx Meetings Server, we recommend that you review these release notes for information about issues that may affect your system.

To download the latest update software for this product, visit: http://software.cisco.com/download.

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Documentation Updates

Date

Change

June 29, 2018

Updated list of tested Cisco Unified Communications Manager releases. Updated Cisco Unified Communications Manager Support

March 19, 2018

Updated for Release 2.8MR2. Added New and Changed Features for Cisco WebEx Meetings Server Release 2.8MR2.

April 24, 2017

Added CSCve05932 to Resolved Caveats in Cisco WebEx Meetings Server Release 2.8 and updated the build number for Release 2.8 to 2.8.1.17.

May 25, 2017

Corrected Manage Recordings for CSCve04460. The administrator has limited access to recordings.

August 21, 2017

Updated for Release 2.8MR1. Added New and Changed Features for Cisco WebEx Meetings Server Release 2.8MR1.

September 18, 2017

Added CSCvd50728 to Resolved Caveats in Cisco WebEx Meetings Server Release 2.8.

Added CSCvd91949 to Resolved Caveats in Cisco WebEx Meetings Server Release 2.8MR1.

March 19, 2018

The following sections are new for Release 2.8MR2:

New and Changed Features for Cisco WebEx Meetings Server Release 2.8MR2

Closed Caveats in Cisco WebEx Meetings Server Release 2.8MR2

Open Caveats in Cisco WebEx Meetings Server Release 2.8MR2

Resolved Caveats in Cisco WebEx Meetings Server Release 2.8MR2

April 9, 2018

Added the following new sections:

June 29, 2018

Updated Cisco Unified Communications Manager Support.

November 21, 2018

The following sections are new for Release 2.8MR3:

New and Changed Features for Cisco WebEx Meetings Server Release 2.8MR3

This section describes what is new for Cisco WebEx Meetings Server Release 2.8MR3.


Attention

The 2.8MR3 software update is only for systems that are currently running Cisco WebEx Meetings Server Release 2.8.1.17, 2.8.1.1023, 2.8.1.2039, and later.


Automatically Enter the Full-Screen Video Mode

With this maintenance release, attendees can enable the Automatically show me the full-screen video option in the Audio and Video Connection dialogue box. If this option is enabled, the full-screen video view opens when the attendee connects to meetings.

Cisco Webex Meetings Mobile Version Requirements

To start or join a meeting from iOS or Android on a 2.8MR3 site, we strongly recommend using the following application versions:

Android: Cisco Webex Meetings Mobile 11.4

Apple iOS: Cisco Webex Meetings Mobile 11.4

With earlier version of either mobile app (11.1 or lower), video and VoIP may not work as expected. For more information, see Caveats.

Deprecated Audio Key Shortcut

The * 1 Dialout (host only) audio key shortcut is deprecated for this release.

Improved Default Avatar

The default avatar for anonymous call-in users is updated to a more intuitive phone icon, instead of the CU initials.

Mac 64-bit Support

The Webex Desktop App on Mac now supports 64-bit, which is required by the latest and future macOS versions.

Optimization for High Resolution Displays: Application Sharing Dialogues

The application sharing dialogues are optimized for high-resolution monitors—3K or higher. Support for higher display resolutions is limited to Microsoft Windows 7 or later.

Optimization for High Resolution Displays: Consistency Across Multiple Monitors

WebEx behavior and consistency is improved in multiple-monitor environments—particularly when moving windows between monitors that have different resolution settings.

Optimization for High Resolution Displays: File Transfer and File Sharing Dialogues

File transfer and file sharing dialogues are now optimized for high-resolution monitors. The Closed Caption panel is optimized for high-resolution monitors, and can be controlled through the text zoom setting in Windows. Support for higher display resolutions is limited to Windows 7 or later.

Improved Problem Reporting

Microsoft Windows users can now easily report problems with CWMS, by clicking Help > Generate Problem Report.

Lock Video Window Focus to a Specific Participant

Attendees can now lock the video window focus to the meeting participant of their choice. This applies to the main video window, as well as to any of the thumbnail windows on the first page.


Note

Attendees cannot lock the main window, if the host locks the main window for all participants.


Single Participant Meetings End After a Set Time

Meetings now automatically end at a specified time, when there is only one person who is left in the meeting.

Site administrators can specify the time in the Common Site Settings.

This feature is enabled by default.

Switch Between Full Video and Full Content View

Users can switch between a full video screen and the full content view, even when content is being shared.

Switch to Classic Screen Sharing Mode in Microsoft Windows 10

By default, CWMS uses advanced screen sharing in Microsoft Windows 10. Advanced screen sharing prevents crosshatch-patterned windows from appearing for others where meeting panels are open on your screen. However, if you experience problems, or if your computer does not support advanced screen sharing, you can switch to classic screen sharing.

Updated Browser Support

This maintenance release adds support for the following browser versions:

Microsoft Windows:

  • Chrome 65–70

  • Firefox 59–63

  • Edge (Windows 10 only) 42.17134.1.0 and 44.17763.1.0

Mac:

  • Chrome 65–70

  • Firefox 59–63

Updated macOS Support

This maintenance release adds support for macOS High Sierra 10.13.6, macOS Sierra 10.12.6, and macOS Mojave 10.14.1.

Updated UDP Port Requirements

This maintenance release adds new UDP ports for medium and large (including expanded) systems. The following additional UDP ports are now required for audio and video data transmission:

  • Medium system: 9010 and 9011

  • Large system: 9008 and 9009

Before you upgrade or update a Medium or Large system to CWMS Release 2.8MR3, the required ports must be open. There are no new port requirements for Micro or Small systems. For more information, see the Planning Guide for Cisco WebEx Meetings Server Release 2.8.

Updated Cisco Jabber Support

This maintenance release adds support for Cisco Jabber Release 12.1.0 with some limitations.

The following defect is open for Cisco Jabber Release 12.1.0, 12.1.1:

Identifier

Severity

Description

CSCvm06144

3

Cannot start meeting from Jabber client if OS user name and region language are Asian language

For more information about other Jabber limitations, see Caveats.

WebEx Meeting Client Application

This maintenance release supports WebEx Meetings Application version 32.15.32.18 for Mac and Windows.

WebEx Network Recording Player

This maintenance release supports the following Cisco Network Recording Player versions:

  • Windows: 32.15.32.18

  • Mac: 32.15.32.0

You can install the latest version from the Downloads page of your Cisco WebEx site. When you download the Cisco Network Recording Player, select Windows or Mac from the operating system drop-down list. The Windows player is the default download.

WebEx Productivity Tools

This maintenance release supports WebEx Productivity Tools version 2.82.7000.1218 for Windows.

New and Changed Features for Cisco WebEx Meetings Server Release 2.8MR2

This section describes what is new for Cisco WebEx Meetings Server Release 2.8MR2.


Attention

The 2.8MR2 software update is only for systems that are currently running Cisco WebEx Meetings Server Release 2.8.1.17, 2.8.1.1023, and later.


Disable the Callback Option for Guest Participants

This release adds a new option to disable callback for Guest attendees. The option is called Disable Call Me for nonauthenticated participants.

macOS Support

This maintenance release adds support for macOS High Sierra 10.13.3.

Updated Browser Support

This maintenance release adds support for the following browser versions:

Microsoft Windows:

  • Chrome 61–64

  • Firefox 56–58

Mac:

  • Chrome 61–64

  • Firefox 56–58

Updated Cisco Unified Communications Manager Support

This maintenance release adds support for Cisco Unified Communications Manager Release 11.5(SU3), 11.5(SU4), 12.0, and Release 12.0(SU1).

WebEx Meeting Client Application

This maintenance release supports WebEx Meetings Application version 31.23.2.61 for Mac and Windows.

WebEx Network Recording Player

This maintenance release supports the following Cisco Network Recording Player versions:

  • Windows: 31.23.2.61

  • Mac: 31.0.0.1100

You can install the latest version from the Downloads page of your Cisco WebEx site. When you download the Cisco Network Recording Player, select Windows or Mac from the operating system drop-down list. The Windows player is the default download.

WebEx Productivity Tools

This maintenance release supports WebEx Productivity Tools version 2.82.7000.1199 for Windows.

New and Changed Features for Cisco WebEx Meetings Server Release 2.8MR1

This section describes what is new for Cisco WebEx Meetings Server Release 2.8MR1.


Attention

The 2.8MR1 software update is only for systems that are currently running Cisco WebEx Meetings Server Release 2.8.1.17 and later.


Closed Captioning Support with the Media Viewer Panel

Hosts can use the Media Viewer Panel and a third-party closed-captioning service to provide closed captioning for their meetings. This feature improves the Section 508 compliance level for Cisco WebEx Meetings Server. You'll find the setting on the Meeting Settings page in Site Administration.

Delete Users

With this maintenance release, deleted users can now attend meetings using the address associated with the deleted account. The previous six-month restriction no longer applies.

Improved Meeting Join Experience

When an attendee enables the Start my video in all meetings setting, the video for their meetings starts when they choose their audio connection. This feature starts audio and video at the same time.

If the Start my video in all meetings setting is not enabled, and WebEx detects a camera, the attendee can do one of the following:

  • To start video for the current meeting, select Start My Video.

  • To start video for the current and all subsequent meetings, select Start My Video in all Meetings.

Jabber Support

This maintenance release adds support for Cisco Jabber Release 11.8 and Release 11.9.

macOS Support

This maintenance release adds support for macOS Sierra 10.12.6.

Updated Browser Support

Windows:

  • Chrome 58–60

  • Edge (on Windows 10) 40.15063.0.0

  • Firefox 53–55

  • Internet Explorer 11.0.9600

Mac:

  • Chrome 58–60

  • Firefox 53–55

  • Safari 10.0.3

WebEx Meeting Client Application

This release supports WebEx Meetings Application version 31.17.1.9 for Windows and Mac.

WebEx Network Recording Player

This release supports the following Cisco Network Recording Player versions:

  • Windows: 31.17.1.9

  • Mac: 31.0.0.1100

WebEx Productivity Tools

This release supports WebEx Productivity Tools version 2.82.7000.1178 for Windows.

New and Changed Features for Cisco WebEx Meetings Server Release 2.8

This section describes features that are new or changed in this release.

For a complete list of system requirements, see the Cisco WebEx Meetings Server Planning Guide and System Requirements Release 2.8. Visit http://www.cisco.com/en/US/products/ps12732/prod_installation_guides_list.html.

All supported features from Cisco WebEx Meetings Server (CWMS) Release 2.7 (including features added in Maintenance Releases) are supported in CWMS 2.8. The data sheet for Cisco WebEx Meetings Server provides an overview of the features and benefits of CWMS. Visit http://www.cisco.com/en/us/prod/collateral/ps10352/ps10362/ps12732/data_sheet_c78-717754.html.

Replace a Virtual Machine

With this feature, you can replace a virtual machine without having to rebuild the CWMS system from scratch. You can replace any virtual machine, which is part of a CWMS system, except the primary admin node. Therefore, you can recover a system when some nodes are beyond repair but the primary admin node is still functional.

Administration Dashboard Enhancement

The dashboard (administration home page) now displays links to information about the data centers.

Application Audit Log Enhancement

This release includes the following new configuration option for the Application Audit Log: Enable Meeting Audit Logs. After you enable this setting, the system writes additional logs for meetings to the Application Audit Log.

This setting is visible to and configurable by anyone assigned to the Auditor role. If the system does not have anyone assigned to the Auditor role, this setting is visible to and configurable by the following roles:

  • Administrator

  • SSO Administrator

  • LDAP Administrator

Backup Management

You can view system backups and select a backup to validate or to use for disaster recovery. You can also delete a selected backup.

Backup Now Button

Click Backup now to immediately start a backup of your system.

  • Once started, this action cannot be stopped.

  • Do not power down your system, reboot your system, or exit Maintenance Mode (if the system is in Maintenance Mode) until the backup process is complete.

  • Depending on your system, the backup process can take longer than an hour to complete.

  • You can monitor the status of the backup process on the Backup Management page.

Blast Dial Audio Announcements

To make joining a Blast Dial meeting faster and easier, you can bypass the requirement to press 1, 2, or 3 to join. You can also configure which prompts to play by choosing one of the following options:

  • Skip press 1 prompt: the attendee connects to the meeting directly. The prompt to enter 1,2, or 3 does not play. The pin setting remains the same as before and the welcome prompt plays.

  • Skip press 1 prompt with Skip the welcome message: the attendee connects to the meeting directly. The prompt to enter 1,2, or 3 does not play. The pin setting remains the same as before, but the welcome prompt does not play.

Delete Users

You can delete host and administrator accounts. When you delete an account, the user data, future meetings, and recurring meetings hosted by the user are also deleted. Past meetings are retained for 6 months, because they are required for reports, billing, licensing, and auditing.


Important

For six months after deletion, a deleted user cannot use the address associated with the deleted account to attend any meetings on the system. To disable the ability to host meetings and still permit the user to attend meetings, set their account status to INACTIVE.


Export Selected Users

You can also search users by using filters and a search string. From the results, you can select one or more users to export to a comma-separated values (CSV) file. If you don't select any users, the exported CSV file contains all users that match your selected filters.

Improved Meeting Join Experience

When an attendee enables the Start my video in all meetings setting, the video for their meetings starts when they choose their audio connection. This feature starts audio and video at the same time.

If the Start my video in all meetings setting is not enabled, and WebEx detects a camera, the attendee can do one of the following:

  • To start video for the current meeting, select Start My Video.

  • To start video for the current and all subsequent meetings, select Start My Video in all Meetings.

Invitation Email for an In-Progress WebEx Meeting

With this maintenance release and later, emails sent to invite or to remind people to join an in-progress meeting do not contain the calendar information.

Jabber Support

This release introduces support for Cisco Jabber Release 11.8.

Last Hosted Column

When you select the Permanent licensees or Temporary licensees filter on the Users tab, the system replaces the Session Type column with the Last Hosted column in the results. The Last Hosted column displays the date on which the corresponding user last hosted a meeting. If the date was more than six months earlier, the column displays 6+ months instead of the date.

Manage Recordings

As an administrator, you have limited access to all recordings on system, for file storage management purposes. You can list, search for, and delete recordings. An Auditor can only list and search for recordings.

Meeting hosts can delete their own recordings. To mitigate issues with accidental deletion, the system retains deleted recordings for six months.

New Parameter for Email Template Customization

This release introduces the %MeetingNumberNoSpaces% variable. This variable provides meeting number without spaces. The existing %MeetingNumber% variable provides the meeting number with spaces.

Restrict Meeting Access to Authenticated Users

Meeting hosts can set up internal meetings that require attendees to sign in with Single Sign On authentication. Hosts can also set up internal meetings that are available to invited users only.

You can configure custom tags to identify participants as either internal or external (guest) attendees. These tags also appear with the participants usernames in reports.

TLS Support

CWMS Release 2.8 supports TLS 1.1 and later; TLS 1.0 is not supported, with one exception. Client connections from CWMS to an SMTP server using TLS 1.0 are supported.

CWMS Release 2.8 supports Cisco Unified Communications Server Release 10.5.2 and later, up to 11.5, for secure teleconferencing.

Updated Browser Support

Windows:

  • Chrome 57.0.2987

  • Edge (on Windows 10)

  • Firefox 52.0.2

  • Internet Explorer 11.0.9600

Mac:

  • Chrome 57.0

  • Firefox 52.0.2

  • Safari 10.0.3

Validation of Backup Data

The system validates a backup by verifying that:

  • The directory exists.

  • The files are present.

  • The checksum is correct.

  • The folder is in CWMS storage.

WebEx Meeting Client Application

This release supports WebEx Meetings Application version 31.11.6.9 for Windows and Mac.

WebEx Network Recording Player

This release supports the following Cisco Network Recording Player versions:

  • Windows: 31.11.6.9

  • Mac: 31.0.0.1100

WebEx Productivity Tools

This release supports WebEx Productivity Tools version 2.82.7000.1174 for Windows.

Supported Upgrade Paths

This release of Cisco WebEx Meetings Server supports upgrades from release 1.x to 2.8. The following points apply:

  • An upgrade is defined as a replacement of the system to deploy major modifications that we made to the system.

  • An update is defined as an incremental modification of the system. Updates deploy fixes and minor improvements.

  • An update retains all data from the original system. An upgrade retains all data from the original system, except for the logs.

  • When upgrading, you cannot skip a major version of the software and go directly to a companion maintenance release (MR).

    For example, to upgrade from 1.5MR5 to a 2.8MR, upgrade from 1.5MR5 to 2.8 and then update to the 2.8MR.


Note

All updates require downtime. For Multi-data centers, you update both data centers simultaneously.



Caution

Do not click Restart for one data center until the update for the other is complete, and both display the Restart button. When you update from Release 2.5MR6 or later to 2.8, restarting one data center before the update is complete for the other breaks replication.


Use the following table to determine your upgrade path to Cisco WebEx Meetings Server Release 2.8.

Installed Release

To Release

Path

1.0 to 1.1

2.8

  1. Update to 1.5.

  2. Update to 1.5MR5 Patch 2 or later.

  3. Upgrade to 2.8.

1.5 to 1.5MR4

2.8

  1. Update to 1.5MR5 Patch 2 or later.

  2. Upgrade to 2.8.

1.5 MR5

2.8

  1. Update to 1.5MR5 Patch 2 or later.

  2. Upgrade to 2.8.

1.5 MR5 Patch 2 or later

2.8

Upgrade to 2.8.

2.0 to 2.0MR8

2.8

  1. Update to 2.0MR9.

  2. Update to 2.8.

2.0MR9 or later

2.8

Update to 2.8.

2.5 to 2.5MR5

2.8

  1. Update to 2.5MR6.

  2. Update to 2.8.

2.5MR6

2.8

Update to 2.8.

2.6 to 2.6MR2

2.8

  1. Update to 2.6MR3

  2. Update to 2.8

2.6MR3 or later

2.8

Update to 2.8.

2.7 or any 2.7MR

2.8

Update to 2.8.

2.8 or any 2.8MR

Any 2.8MR

Update to 2.8MR.


Important

You cannot change the audio encryption type (Audio Encrypted -AE/Audio Unencrypted -AU) for the system, during an upgrade or during an update. After deployment, the only way to change a system from one type of audio encryption to the other is to deploy a new system.


For more information, see the following documents:

Updating Your High-Availability System

For systems with an existing High Availability (HA) system already attached, the HA system automatically updates when you update the primary system. Ensure that all HA virtual machines are turned on and running before you start the update process.

To add a High Availability (HA) system to your primary system, first deploy the HA system. Then update the HA system to the same version as the primary system. The HA system restarts at the end of the update process. We recommend that you wait an extra 15 minutes after the restart, before you begin to add the HA system to the primary system.

http://www.cisco.com/c/en/us/support/conferencing/webex-meetings-server/products-installation-guides-list.html

Limitations and Restrictions

Audio-only Meetings

Under the following circumstances, a meeting can continue for more than the 24-hour maximum meeting duration:

  • All attendees for a regular WebEx meeting are dial in (audio-only).

  • No attendee starts the web portion of the meeting.

In this case, the meeting continues as long as one attendee remains in the conference. If all dial-in attendees disconnect from the conference, the meeting ends within 24 hours of the start time. The meeting ends immediately if the meeting ran past the scheduled end time.


Note

This scenario applies only to regular WebEx meetings joined only by dial-in participants. This scenario does not apply to Personal Conference Number (PCN) meetings, or to regular WebEx meetings joined by web participants.


Internet Reverse Proxy Removal

As part of the Internet Reverse Proxy (IRP) node removal process, the Admin virtual machine sends a remove message to the IRP server. The message removes the IRP server and therefore all external access to the system. The message is sent as clear text, and it is unauthenticated. Well-crafted malicious code could replicate this behavior and lead to a denial of service.

We recommend that you limit access to port 64616, on the IRP node, to the Admin virtual machine only.

Productivity Tools

EMC SourceOne

WebEx Productivity Tools does not support EMC SourceOne. Users of EMC SourceOne can experience performance issues.

Incompatible Versions

Each release of Cisco WebEx Meetings Server supports a specific version of the Cisco WebEx Productivity Tools client. Download the supported version of Productivity Tools from the Downloads link on your Cisco WebEx Meetings Server website. Using incompatible versions of these two applications can cause issues.

Recording Limitations

The maximum recording size, per recording, is 2.2 GB (existing system limit). For Multi-data Centers, ensure that there is sufficient storage capacity available for all data centers. The maximum number of recordings depends on your storage server capacity. You can estimate the required storage server size for a typical five-year period using the following formula:

Estimated hours of meetings that you expect to be recorded per day * 50-100 MB per hour of recording * five years * 24 hours per day * 365 days per year

There are no per-user storage limitations. The system stores recordings indefinitely until users delete them. To prevent important recordings from being accidentally deleted, there is no setting to enable the automatic deleting of recordings. The storage server retains recordings marked for deletion for up to six months. During that time, users can still archive the recordings to other media.

When you configure a storage server and check Record under Administration Dashboard > Settings > Meetings > Participant Privileges, the Record setting is a system-wide setting.

Session Types

A session type is a predefined bundle of features and options (a profile) that site administrators can customize and assign to users. The default session (meeting) type is the PRO session type. Because of the relationships between the PRO session type and the custom session types, we recommend that you do not modify the PRO session type. The best practice is to create a custom session type to modify.

SSO and Email Address Changes

With this release, the Identity Provider (IdP) server can use any unique and static Active Directory (AD) field as the NameID for SSO configuration. If you plan to use the email address change feature, the email AD field is not static. Change the mapping for the NameID field on the IdP server to a unique AD field other than email. If you do not plan to use the feature to change email addresses, there is no requirement to change the mapping for the NameID field.


Caution

If the NameID field is mapped to the email AD field and you change user email addresses, the system creates a new user account for each changed address.

If you plan to change the NameID field mapping from email to another field (such as EmployeeNumber), users must prepare for the change. After you update the NameID fields in AD, have the users log in to CWSM before you change the email addresses. Otherwise, when both the NameID and email address change, no attribute matches the CWMS profile. In this scenario, the existing profile loses the ablity to log into the system and the system creates a new profile.


Outlook synchronizes with the Exchange server once a day. If you change an existing user’s email address on the Exchange server, the change does not immediately propagate to Outlook. Until synchronization occurs, the system receives the user’s former email address and issues a notice that the user cannot be found. A delegate (proxy) user cannot schedule a meeting for the user, or identify them as an alternate host, until after Outlook synchronizes with the Exchange server.

Manually synchronizing the systems does not solve this issue. This limitation is not a CWMS issue; it is the result of Outlook and Exchange design.

See also About SSO Configuration.

Windows 10 and Edge Browser Restriction

The Edge browser (for Windows 10) does not support the playback of WebEx recordings.

Virtual Desktop Infrastructure

The following limitations and restrictions are known to affect virtual desktop infrastructure (VDI) environments.

  • Citrix XenDesktop and XenApp are the only desktop virtualization software supported for this release of Cisco WebEx Meetings Server.

  • An architectural limitation of the virtual desktop environment can affect video quality. The frame rate may be low, causing a suboptimal experience when sending video.

  • Some video files cannot be shared in a virtual desktop environment.

  • Remote Access and Access Anywhere are not supported in virtual desktop environments. The underlying Citrix platform removes the Remote Access and Access Anywhere agents after the operating system restarts.

Important Notes

CWMS Licensing

Multi-data Center Licensing

Multi-data Center (MDC) licensing is required to join data centers to a system. Each data center requires an MDC system license; a MDC system requires a minimum of two licenses, one for each data center. A Single-data Center (SDC) does not require a system license. See "About MDC Licensing" in the Cisco WebEx Meetings Server Administration Guide for your release: http://www.cisco.com/c/en/us/support/conferencing/webex-meetings-server/products-installation-guides-list.html.

Host Licensing

The way Host (user) licenses are counted changed significantly in release 2.5. A user can host a maximum of two simultaneous meetings, consuming only one license. Previously, a user that hosted multiple meetings consumed multiple licenses. A Host licenses is not required to schedule or attend a meeting. See "License Status of Users" in the Cisco WebEx Meetings Server Administration Guide for your release: http://www.cisco.com/c/en/us/support/conferencing/webex-meetings-server/products-installation-guides-list.html.

Extended Capacity Licensing

The base deployment models are micro (50), small (250), medium (800) and large (2000). You can extend the capacity of a large deployment, from 2000 up to 4000 ports. You can reduce the capacity of an extended system deployment, down to the base large deployment of 2000 ports.

To extend or reduce the system capacity, you add or remove up to 3 extension units. Each extension unit adds up to 700 more ports, up to the maximum 4000 ports for the system. When you add 3 extension units, you double the system capacity by adding 700 + 700 + 600 ports.

To enable this feature, you require an Extended Capacity license.

Hypervisor Support

Cisco WebEx Meetings Server runs on VMware virtual machines.

  • Both VMware vSphere and VMware vCenter are required to deploy Cisco WebEx Meetings Server. Using the vSphere client, you deploy the Cisco WebEx Meetings Server OVA file on an ESXi host managed by vCenter.

  • Purchase VMware vSphere 5.0, 5.0 Update 1, 5.1, 5.5, or 6.0 for use as the hypervisor platform for Cisco WebEx Meetings Server.

    • Buy vSphere directly from Cisco on the GPL (Global Price List). Cisco is an approved VMware partner and distributor. This is convenient for those who want to purchase everything from a single vendor.

    • Purchase vSphere directly from VMware, through enterprise agreements you have directly with VMware.

  • Cisco WebEx Meetings Server does not support other hypervisors.

  • For more information about hypervisor requirements, see the Planning Guide and System Requirements for Cisco WebEx Meetings Server at http://www.cisco.com/en/US/products/ps12732/prod_installation_guides_list.html.

Support for 4096-bit Certificates

Cisco WebEx Meetings Server (CWMS) is hard-coded to use 2048-bit certificates for its SSL system certificate(s). Certificates can be either self-signed or signed by a private or public Certificate Authority (CA).

CWMS also supports the use of 4096-bit certificates when they are imported as

  • a Secure Teleconferencing Certificate,

  • an SMTP certificate,

  • an SSO IdP certificate, or

  • a part of an SSL system certificate bundle.

    Certificates imported as part of an SSL certificate bundle must be signed by a private or public CA.

About Using Self-Signed Certificates

We strongly recommend using a publicly signed certificate instead of the provided self-signed certificate. User’s browsers trust publicly signed certificates because the list of Root Certificate Authority certificates installed on the computer establishes trust.

For Multi-data Center systems using self-signed certificates, the user receives multiple certificate warnings and must trust and install all certificates to use the system.

When using self-signed certificates, some users might have difficulty joining meetings because browsers by default do not trust such certificates. Users are required to explicitly establish trust in this case before they can proceed to join a meeting on your site. Some users might not understand how to establish trust with such a certificate. Others might be prevented from doing so by administrative settings. Use publicly signed certificates whenever possible to provide the best user experience.

The User Guide provides more information about this issue for users. See the "Meeting Client Does Not Load" topic in the "Troubleshooting" chapter of the Cisco WebEx Meetings Server User Guide at http://www.cisco.com/en/us/products/ps12732/products_user_guide_list.html.

Supported Ciphers

Cisco WebEx Meetings Server supports the following ciphers:

TLS Version 1.1

  • TLS_ECDHE_RSA_WITH_AES_128_CBC_SHA (secp256r1)

  • TLS_RSA_WITH_AES_128_CBC_SHA (rsa 2048)

TLS Version 1.2

  • TLS_ECDHE_RSA_WITH_AES_128_CBC_SHA (secp256r1)

  • TLS_ECDHE_RSA_WITH_AES_128_CBC_SHA256 (secp256r1)

  • TLS_ECDHE_RSA_WITH_AES_128_GCM_SHA256 (secp256r1)

  • TLS_ECDHE_RSA_WITH_AES_256_CBC_SHA384 (secp256r1)

  • TLS_ECDHE_RSA_WITH_AES_256_GCM_SHA384 (secp256r1)

  • TLS_RSA_WITH_AES_128_CBC_SHA (rsa 2048)

  • TLS_RSA_WITH_AES_128_CBC_SHA256 (rsa 2048)

  • TLS_RSA_WITH_AES_128_GCM_SHA256 (rsa 2048)

  • TLS_RSA_WITH_AES_256_CBC_SHA256 (rsa 2048)

  • TLS_RSA_WITH_AES_256_GCM_SHA384 (rsa 2048)

About SSO Configuration

This release supports using any unique Active Directory (AD) field as NameID for SSO configuration. We recommend following AD attributes for NameID for SSO configuration:

  • Email

  • SAMAccountName

  • UserPrincipalName (UPN)

  • TelephoneNumber

  • EmployeeNumber

  • ObjectSid

Mandatory SAML Assertion Attributes

The following SAML assertion attributes are required for the Auto Account Creation feature:

  • lastname

  • firstname

  • email


    Important

    The email attribute is always required, even if Auto Account Creation and Auto Account Update are disabled in the SSO configuration.


Expanding Your System

If you have VMware snapshots on your existing (pre-expansion) system, remove them before beginning the expansion.

System expansion requires Virtual Machine Disk (VMDK) attaching, from the original system to the target (expanded) system. If you leave snapshots on the original system and attach it to the target system, the target system won't power on because of snapshot inconsistency.

Productivity Tools Upgrade Notice

If a previously deployed Productivity Tools package has a different version or build number from a newly deployed Productivity Tools package and the upgrade is not blocked, your Productivity Tools client will notify you with an upgrade warning dialog box.

SNMP v2 Community Names

There is no default SNMP v2 community name entry in this release of Cisco WebEx Meetings Server. The system will remove the existing Cisco WebEx Meetings Server 1.0 default Community Name, "CWS-Public," after upgrading. Only user-added SNMP v2 community names are maintained.

Known Issues and Notices

Translated Documentation

Translated documentation for this release of Cisco WebEx Meetings Server is published 4–6 weeks after the English-language release.

Apple iOS 6.x and SSO

There is a known issue with Apple iOS 6.x. Single sign-on (SSO) does not work for internal users of iPad/iPhone who are using the Safari 6 web browser. An Apple defect that is fixed in iOS 7 caused this issue. The Safari bug ID is 13484525.

Keeping Your Hostname While Changing Your Virtual Machine IP Address

Never change the DNS entries for the hostnames that are configured in your deployment. You can change the hostname of a virtual machine that is part of your deployment. The corresponding IP address is picked up automatically from the DNS. To change the IP address of a virtual machine and keep the same hostname, perform the following steps:

  1. Configure a temporary hostname in the DNS.

  2. Change the hostname of the virtual machine to the temporary hostname that you configured.

  3. Take the system out of maintenance mode for the new hostname change to take effect.

    Your original hostname is not part of the deployment after this change.

  4. Change the IP address of the original hostname in the DNS to the new IP address.

  5. Change the temporary hostname of the virtual machine to the original hostname.

  6. Take the system out of maintenance mode for the hostname change to take effect.

    Now the original hostname is configured with your new IP address.

Dashboard Issue Failure to Display Meetings That Have Started

In this release of Cisco WebEx Meetings Server, the dashboard can fail to display certain meetings as having started. This issue occurs in the following scenario:

A meeting is scheduled with the Allow participants to join teleconference before host setting enabled. A participant joins the meeting by phone but does not join the web portion. The dashboard should indicate that this meeting has started and has one participant but it does not. This issue can cause users to schedule multiple meetings resulting in performance issues.

Audio Configuration

On your audio configuration settings, G.711 provides better voice quality than G.729. See "About Configuring Your Audio Settings" in the Cisco WebEx Meetings Server Administration Guide for more information.

IP Communicator 7.0.x Endpoints

IP Communicator 7.0.x endpoints joining CWMS meetings can introduce audio quality issues (echo and other noises) to a conference if either of the following conditions occur:

  • IP Communicator is not muted.

  • A participant using IP Communicator becomes the active speaker.

To prevent this issue, fine tune the IP Communicator environment (for example, the headset, microphone, and speaker) or use a different traditional phone.

Meetings Started with iOS Devices

Meetings that are started with iOS devices cannot be recorded.

Dial-in and Dial-Out Connections to an In-Progress Meeting

When a meeting fails over from one data center to another, the dial-in and dial-out connections to that meeting do not automatically reconnect. To reestablish the connections, participants hang up and manually dial back in.

This problem may occur when:
  • The installed system is a large MDC.

  • The meeting is started while one of the data centers is in Maintenance Mode or is powered down.

  • When, after Maintenance Mode is turned off or the data center is powered on, another data center is powered off or placed into Maintenance Mode.

Cannot Share .mp4 Video File Format on Windows

When using QuickTime, the following message may appear: "QuickTime failed to initialize. Error # –2093. Please make sure QuickTime is properly installed on this computer."

This error message can indicate that the file QuickTime.qts is missing, moved, or unusable. The QuickTime.qts file is located in the \WINDOWS\SYSTEM directory. To resolve this symptom, completely remove and reinstall QuickTime.
  1. Download the latest version of the QuickTime Player http://www.apple.com/quicktime/download/.

  2. Uninstall QuickTime using the Add or Remove Programs control panel. Ensure that you select Uninstall Everything.

  3. Delete the contents of the Temp folder, C:\WINDOWS\TEMP (if it exists).

  4. Install QuickTime using the version of the QuickTime you downloaded.

  5. Restart Windows.

Caveats

Using the Bug Search Tool

Known problems (bugs) are graded according to severity level. These release notes contain descriptions of the following:

  • Open customer-found bugs of severity 1 to 3

  • Resolved customer-found bugs of severity 1 to 3

  • Resolved Cisco-found bugs of significance

You can find details about listed bugs and search for other bugs by using the Cisco Bug Search Tool.

Before you begin

To access the Bug Search Tool, you need the following items:

  • Internet connection

  • Web browser

  • Cisco.com username and password

Procedure


Step 1

To access the Bug Search Tool, go to https://tools.cisco.com/bugsearch/search.

Step 2

Sign in with your Cisco.com username and password.

Step 3

Enter the bug ID number in the “Search for” field, then press Enter.

Tip 
You can also navigate to a specific bug by entering https://tools.cisco.com/bugsearch/bug/<BUGID> where <BUGID> is the ID of the bug that you are searching for (for example, CSCab12345).

What to do next

For information about how to search for bugs, create saved searches, and create bug groups, select Help on the Bug Search Tool page.

Closed Caveats in Cisco WebEx Meetings Server Release 2.8MR3

There are no closed caveats for Cisco WebEx Meetings Server Release 2.8MR3 (2.8.1.3064).

Open Caveats in Cisco WebEx Meetings Server Release 2.8MR3

The following table lists the bugs (caveats) that are open in this release. Use the Bug Search Tool to find more information about a bug.

Table 1. Open Caveats for Cisco WebEx Meetings Server Release 2.8MR3 (2.8.1.3064)

Caveat ID Number

Severity

Headline

CSCvn29778

2

Unable to add deleted users to external blast dial list

CSCvj26311

3

CWMS keep sending clear event 10 seconds before the triggering event.

CSCvm10347

3

Should not download file to user\appdata again when online play nbr after installed nbr msi

CSCvm13358

3

Can't see the shared SVS file on Win client joined by Jabber.

Resolved Caveats in Cisco WebEx Meetings Server Release 2.8MR3

The following table lists the bugs (caveats) that are resolved in this release. Use the Bug Search Tool to find more information about a bug.

Table 2. Resolved Caveats in Cisco WebEx Meetings Server Release 2.8MR3 (2.8.1.3064)

Caveat ID Number

Severity

Description

CSCvj47476

2

CWMS MACC crash on Media1

CSCvj64772

2

Video quality downgraded and show low bandwidth sometime

CSCvk56421

2

Guest users unable to join meetings after initial connection session expiration

CSCvm06724

2

Outlook keeps disabling PT plugin because of slow loading.

CSCvn00132

2

CWMS problem with audio QoS tagging

CSCvi23617

3

uploaded a Logo under Extended Branding is not shown

CSCvi37153

3

Wrong timezone display for Brasilia & Fiji

CSCvi46739

3

Meeting number showing as 0 on dashboard for the previous instance of the same PCN meeting

CSCvi75489

3

CWMS 2.8MR1 SSLGW crashes in slow client BW and large recrodings on the system

CSCvi76477

3

"<![CDATA" shows before the webex link when send invite using productivity tools

CSCvi96135

3

MACC stops handling any new SIP message

CSCvj16620

3

Test meeting on Admin page not working when the Primary admin is down and Ha is UP

CSCvj26329

3

splitMeeting when "tas findconf" behind of "macc endconf"

CSCvj60972

3

Piling up of zombie processes leads to a machine going to DOWN state

CSCvj62655

3

Cron jobs stop working after reload

CSCvj70890

3

CWMS 3.0Patch1 fail to update to 3.0MR1

CSCvj93519

3

WebEx App shows error code 100200 for Apple iOS when joining, meeting now or scheduling meeting.

CSCvk15922

3

The error info is not friend and can't identify the problem clearly to customer.

CSCvk23643

3

JBH attendee join a different mtg via series mtg URL if s/he logged in site in advance

CSCvk29210

3

When collecting infocap logs mmp/eureka/tahoe archives are collected for the day before

CSCvk35712

3

Media VM does not establish reverse connection to the IRP on port 64002

CSCvk63371

3

WebEx App not showing all meetings in MyMeetings list

CSCvm11920

3

Users Send E-mail from Mobile device Get Stuck In Draft Folder Outlook 2010

CSCvm33891

3

CWMS 2.8 & 3.0: Need to add restriction abt IP address for SNMP notif in doc

CSCvm49274

3

SSLGW on IRP crashed due to race condition

CSCvm49280

3

Failover to standby IRP failed after SSLGW crashed on active IRP

CSCvm83268

3

API/SSO SSLGW cannot handle http request with more than 8kb header

CSCvm85250

3

CWMS No email notification when canceling / deleting meeting from web

CSCvm99779

3

High CPU usage on admin VM during peak hours

CSCvn13941

3

Productivity Tools sending Test e-mail in Outlook

CSCvn14587

3

Rebooting a Secure Storage server causes recording to stop working

CSCvn16127

3

System usage alarm is not sent

Closed Caveats in Cisco WebEx Meetings Server Release 2.8MR2

There are no closed caveats for Cisco WebEx Meetings Server 2.8MR2 (2.8.1.2039).

Open Caveats in Cisco WebEx Meetings Server Release 2.8MR2

The following table lists the bugs (caveats) that are open in this release. Use the Bug Search Tool to find more information about a bug.

Table 3. Open Caveats in Cisco WebEx Meetings Server Release 2.8MR2 (2.8.1.2039)

Caveat ID Number

Severity

Description

CSCvi46739

3

Meeting number showing as 0 on dashboard for the previous instance of the same PCN meeting

Resolved Caveats in Cisco WebEx Meetings Server Release 2.8MR2

The following table lists the bugs (caveats) that are resolved in this release. Use the Bug Search Tool to find more information about a bug.

Table 4. Resolved Caveats in Cisco WebEx Meetings Server Release 2.8MR2 (2.8.1.2039)
Caveat ID Number Severity Headline
CSCvh07346 1 CWMS 2.8.1.1034 system expansion fails
CSCvg54853 1 Cisco WebEx Network Recording Player Remote Code Execution Vulnerability
CSCve10771 1 Cisco WebEx Network Recording Player Buffer Overflow Vulnerability
CSCve10764 1 Cisco WebEx Network Recording Player Remote Code Execution Vulnerability
CSCvg78856 2 Cisco WebEx Advanced Recording Format Player Remote Code Execution Vulnerability
CSCvg78837 2 Cisco WebEx Network Recording Player Buffer Overflow Vulnerability
CSCvg19328 2 On user session expiration, browsers flood the system with http requests.
CSCvg17788 2 Remove DNS query for incorrect client requests
CSCvg10757 2 NodeManager constantly restarting Tahoe and CMS components on Media VM
CSCvf85562 2 Cisco WebEx Meetings Server Cross-Site Scripting Vulnerability
CSCvf68695 2 CWMS Unauthorized Meeting Greeting Modification
CSCvf46318 2 too many requests for meeting (re)scheduled from PT
CSCvf41006 2 Cisco WebEx Meetings Server Denial of Service Vulnerability
CSCvf36070 2 Cisco WebEx Meetings Server libxml2 Vulnerabilities
CSCvi24996 3 After modifying the session type, the CMWS API SM interface call failed. Can not schedule meeting
CSCvi12585 3 CWMS Backup fails if HA Admin is in DB Read/Write Role
CSCvh94758 3 Presenter should not auto leave meeting after share youtube video in DS about 15 mins
CSCvi41008 3 AS will freeze around 30s for one pair of presenter/attendee
CSCvh66600 3 Chrome 62/63 is intermittently unable to launch a WebEx meeting or takes over a 1 minute to start
CSCvh58236 3 Total video minutes in meeting summary/custom reports inaccurate on CWMS 2.8
CSCvh56853 3 Update OpenSSL in CWMS
CSCvh48727 3 Audio engine cannot handle multiple channel data properly
CSCvg89736 3 Recurrence Daily Every Week Day future meeting schedule always starts on Monday of the week
CSCvg44570 3 Blast dial does not consider country code and area code for matching the user
CSCvg41102 3 DB replication is limited due to high number of ruby processes on HA Admin
CSCvg40121 3 /opt directory slowly growing in size due to temp files in /opt/cisco/webex/webadmin/ca/tmp
CSCvg30766 3 can not join into CWMS Webex meeting by telephony call in
CSCvg25560 3 MC sends site URL on rejoin
CSCvg17453 3 Cannot start recurrence meeting from Outlook invitation email when deleting single occurrence
CSCvg04041 3 User email address change fails due to existing entry in wbxnbrshareparticipantsinfo table
CSCvf91444 3 Missing time zone for S. America Eastern Standard Time
CSCvf79907 3 CMS_Audio_Ports_Limit value is missed in CMS config file
CSCvf79684 3 space between first and last name.
CSCvf72983 3 Pausing a recording during a meeting, doesn't actually pause the entire recording but only audio
CSCvf59152 3 CWMS Blast Dial with Call Attempts Unlimited calls the participants only 20 sec
CSCvf39943 3 the set of permission on folder changed where new recording are created for following month.
CSCvb70114 3 In IOS version 10.0.2, meeting app CALL IN feature auto dials random number
CSCuz76212 6 Improve recording consolidation and logging
CSCul24788 6 CWMS PT should populate Location field when scheduling in Outlook

Closed Caveats in Cisco WebEx Meetings Server Release 2.8MR1

There are no closed caveats for Cisco WebEx Meetings Server Release 2.8MR1 (Build 2.8.1.1023).

Open Caveats in Cisco WebEx Meetings Server Release 2.8MR1

There are no open caveats for Cisco WebEx Meetings Server Release 2.8MR1 (Build 2.8.1.1023).

Resolved Caveats in Cisco WebEx Meetings Server Release 2.8MR1

The following table lists the caveats (bugs) that are fixed in this release. Use the Bug Search Tool to find more information about a bug.

Table 5. Resolved Caveats in Cisco WebEx Meetings Server Release 2.8MR1 (Build 2.8.1.1023)

Caveat ID Number

Severity

Description

CSCve25950

1

Cisco WebEx Meetings Server Information Disclosure Vulnerability

CSCvf15020

1

Cisco WebEx Browser Extension Remote Code Execution Vulnerability

CSCvd65864

2

System fails to end meeting when DB holds data in replication leg during MDC replication

CSCve37565

2

Prompt delay of 30 seconds on DC system after restart one of media machines

CSCve72863

2

Memory leak on sslgw when accessing internal site

CSCve73178

2

Deleted user profile is still prompted to sign into meeting site when joining WebEx meeting

CSCvf03792

2

Wrong Cseq number in SIP ACK causes call to disconnect after next SIP Reinvite

CSCvf23829

2

CWMS 2.8 does not mark QoS for PC audio or video

CSCvf25103

2

PC Audio and Video Jitter and Latency statistics are incorrect

CSCvf73979

2

Update to 2.8MR1 fails if system is deployed from CWMS 2.0 OVA

CSCvb50221

3

ParticipantReport.csv session type is blank

CSCvb66100

3

Update timezone database according to new Turkey DST

CSCvc01129

3

Update from 2.6 to 2.7 is stuck at postUpdate.sh script because of "find" procedure.

CSCvc96090

3

Evaluation of orion for OpenSSL Jan 2017

CSCvd90497

3

Status of a meeting in MeetingReport.csv is UNKOWN

CSCve21068

3

Starting PT for the first time by using Outlook results in Dummy info in host's event

CSCve36029

3

Productivity Tools shows error when updating occurrence for a meeting series

CSCve39483

3

IRP sends intermediate certificate in incorrect order.

CSCve41156

3

CWMS client can't input 2 byte character directly on chat window

CSCve43701

3

Glitch page when space is at the beginning of email address during sign in

CSCve44877

3

CWMS Meeting Analyze gets Stuck

CSCve51377

3

Join before host is removed when metetng instance is changed.

CSCve57763

3

CWMS does not recognize RFC2833 DTMF tones with payload 127 during call-back

CSCve59719

3

When scheduling in Outlook, PT is not removing the intro message in notification body

CSCve61559

3

Unable to delete meeting series with exceptions from Outlook/PT

CSCve74671

3

How-to videos link invalid in CWMS 2.8

CSCve76811

3

not able to edit single occurrence of meeting multiple times. CWMS 2.7 MR2

CSCve84198

3

Need more informative pop-up when deleting user manually

CSCve84218

3

Need more informative pop-up when deleting user from CSV file

CSCve84222

3

Configuring Delete user after XX day(s) of inactivity is misleading

CSCve92987

3

Storage needs to be removed in order to update from 2.7 to 2.8

CSCve94566

3

CWMS datacenter is in Blocking mode due to Data Replication in Limited mode

CSCvd91949

3

Meeting Summary report is not received intermittently//2.7MR2

CSCvf06936

3

CWMS T31 meeting client freeze wseclienttr.dll

CSCvf07333

3

WebEx meetings application is freezing during the meeting when using Video Resources

CSCvf08991

3

Cannot access Administration Site due to web admin not responding to requests

CSCvf12280

3

CWMS does not send audio to phones with IP address ending in 0

CSCvf23177

3

Backups don't list in the backup management page

CSCvf24719

3

Fresh install of 2.8 contains invalid characters in db packages

CSCvf31714

3

Invalid License Alarm after updating to CWMS 2.8

CSCvf39886

3

No deletion in mdc_sessionhistory table when user login from web

CSCvf39892

3

Journal tables (%_J tables) are not deleted if DDCTS is missing

CSCvf39899

3

Purger.log is not in log rotation

Closed Caveats in Cisco WebEx Meetings Server Release 2.8

There are no closed caveats for Cisco WebEx Meetings Server Release 2.8 (Build 2.8.1.17).

Open Caveats in Cisco WebEx Meetings Server Release 2.8

There are no open caveats for Cisco WebEx Meetings Server Release 2.8 (Build 2.8.1.17).

Resolved Caveats in Cisco WebEx Meetings Server Release 2.8

The following table lists caveats that were open in Cisco WebEx Meetings Server Release 2.7MR2, and resolved in this release.

Table 6. Resolved Caveats for Cisco WebEx Meetings Server Release 2.8 (Build 2.8.1.17)

Identifier

Severity

Description

CSCvd28091

1

jdk/jre software needs to be upgraded to address several security vulnerabilities

CSCvd50728

1

Cisco WebEx Meetings Server Authentication Bypass Vulnerability

CSCvc84858

2

Audio issues caused by lack of adequate security polices in selinux

CSCvc89943

2

SSLGW crashes on media VM and recovers resulting in DC going down for few minutes

CSCvd03369

2

Meeting fails to end due to DB exception

CSCvd47160

2

Join the meeting from Firefox 52.0 (32-bit) does not work

CSCve05932

2

Meeting can't be started when option for Encrypt Sensitive Information is checked

CSCvb67814

3

New delegate cannot edit single instance of old delegate recurring meeting

CSCvb75607

3

User session security configuration does not affect end user page

CSCvb78854

3

Joining audio using deprecated meeting number results in invalid meeting number

CSCvb79074

3

Browser freezes when many (more than 35 alternate hosts) are added to recurring meeting

CSCvb96230

3

Delegation for PCN Meeting not working as per documentation/Design

CSCvc01124

3

Update from 2.6 to 2.7 failed because of rsa-cryptoj-6.1.3.2-13.x86_64 RPM

CSCvc03322

3

Custom Report Participant file shows users dialing into first access number which is wrong

CSCvc03356

3

Storage and Ports Test reports storage not reachable from IRP

CSCvc14829

3

Joining meetings via Edge browser using a temp client fails due to a long temp client file name

CSCvc31861

3

After installing meeting client via MSI, still new files get created upon initial launch

CSCvc31886

3

DB mismatch from 2.6 to 2.7 due to session type feature leaves configuration unchangeable

CSCvc44204

3

db_set_cron_timing.sh causing slow reboot

CSCvc46118

3

Anyone can present in the meeting does not work when enabled

CSCvc46151

3

Dashboard updates not smooth, appears to be some period gap when there are no updates

CSCvc47765

3

Increase HSTS max age timer

CSCvc78296

3

CWMS PT showing in slow/decreased performance add-in list in outlook

CSCvc94595

3

Evaluation of Orion for OpenSSL Jan 2017

CSCvc96137

3

Outlook is slow to open a meeting that includes a CWMS meeting and a large number of invitees

CSCvc96249

3

IE 11 on Windows 10 cannot stream recordings properly

CSCvc97876

3

CWMS should reboot after changing Storage Server when taken out of Maintenance Mode

CSCvc98147

3

CWMS update fails if SELinux is disabled

CSCvd20436

3

DB Error: Please redeploy the virtual machine

CSCvd20975

3

Cannot join WebEx meeting as a Guest using Edge browser and temp meeting client

CSCvd41260

3

Previous alternate host removed from meeting on web using Save Only option still receives reminders