Allow Users to Sign up for a WebEx Host Account
|1||On the left navigation bar, select .|
|2||In the Account Management Settings section, check the Allow host account signup check box.|
Allow Users to Sign up for a Webex Attendee Account
Allow Users to Identify Internal Participants
When provisioned for your site, you can turn on the option to identify or tag internal meeting participants. Internal participants are those that are internal to an organization. Participants that have been authenticated using single-sign-on (SSO) are considered internal participants.
Allow Users to Add Session Information to Calendars
This procedure is for Meeting Center, Training Center, and Event Center only. Use this procedure to enable iCalendar functionality on your site, and to show the Add to My Calendar button in the WebEx session information page. iCalendar is a standard calendar format. With iCalendar, users can share calendar information and automatically update their schedules.
Allow Users to Use Text Messaging
Allow Users to Choose an Alternate Host
This procedure is for Meeting Center and Event Center only. You can allow hosts to designate another person to be the "alternate host" for a WebEx session. A user might do this, for example, if they schedule a meeting but plan to join late and want the alternate host to start and run the meeting. The alternate host must also have a WebEx host account.
Allow Users to Schedule Meetings for Other Users
Allow Users to Print or Save the File Being Shared
Allow Cisco Unified MeetingPlace Users to Join External Meetings WBS30
This procedure is for Meeting Center and WBS30 only. Set the default behavior in the meeting scheduler and Productivity Tools scheduler for whether to allow attendees located on the public Internet to join a meeting. The option first must be turned on for a meeting host in order to allow external attendees to join a meeting. If the setting is not selected in the scheduler, only attendees within the same internal network can join a meeting.