Configure Disclaimer Options for Your Site

Document created by Cisco Documentation Team on Nov 10, 2015Last modified by Cisco Documentation Team on Sep 6, 2017
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Set up your own customized disclaimers to appear each time that
  • A host starts a meeting

  • Participants join a meeting

  • Viewers start a recorded WebEx session

You can set up and control each type of disclaimer independently. If enabled, users must positively acknowledge these disclaimers to start or attend a meeting; or to join a session, or to watch a session recording.


          
Step 1               Use a text editor to create a disclaimer file and save the file.

The following file types are supported: HTML, HML, and TXT. Create a disclaimer file for each type of disclaimer, and for each language that your site supports.

Step 2               On the left navigation bar, select Configuration > Common Site Settings > Disclaimers.
Step 3               On the Disclaimers page, select Upload Disclaimer.
Step 4               In the File Upload window, navigate to the file location on your computer, and select the file.
Step 5               Select Open.

When the upload completes, the disclaimer file appears in the list of uploaded files.

Step 6               In the Type column, from the list, select the corresponding type for the disclaimer.
Step 7               In the Language column, from the list, select the corresponding language for the disclaimer.
Step 8               In the Apply to Center(s) column, check the check boxes for the services, for which you want to display the disclaimer.
  • MC—Meeting Center
  • EC—Event Center
  • TC—Training Center
  • SC—Support Center
Step 9               (Optional) To preview the disclaimer, select the filename. Alternately, in the Actions column, select the corresponding More button and then select Preview.

The disclaimer opens in a new browser window.

Step 10               Select Save.

Delete a Disclaimer


Step 1               On the left navigation bar, select Configuration > Common Site Settings > Disclaimers.
Step 2               In the Actions column, select the corresponding More button, and then select Delete.
Step 3               Click OK to delete the file.

Disable a Disclaimer


Step 1               On the left navigation bar, select Configuration > Common Site Settings > Disclaimers.
Step 2               In the Actions column, select the corresponding More button, and then select Disable.

The disclaimer and corresponding configuration options are not available until you enable the disclaimer.


Enable a Disclaimer


Step 1               On the left navigation bar, select Configuration > Common Site Settings > Disclaimers.
Step 2               In the Actions column, select the corresponding More button, and then select Enable..


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