Starting WBS39.10 there are separate install packages for the Productivity Tools and desktop app. The Webex Meetings desktop app allows users to start and join the meetings quickly and easily includes the pre-meeting and in-meeting experience.
The IT Administrators Guide to Mass Deployment of Cisco Webex Meetings Desktop app and Productivity Tools helps you and your organization understand the tasks involved in installing the Webex Meetings Desktop app and Productivity Tools. It covers various types of installations, including a single-computer installation and large-scale installations using Microsoft Systems Management Server (SMS).
For more information about the Cisco Webex Meetings Desktop app and Productivity Tools, see the IT Administrators Guide to Mass Deployment of Cisco Webex Meetings Desktop app and Productivity Tools.
End of Support for Mac Productivity Tools
The final release for Productivity Tools for Mac will be 41.5 as Microsoft plans to block injection-based plugins on Mac Outlook beginning in mid-May. Mac based Outlook customers who wish to use Webex should move to the Cisco Webex Scheduler.
Webex Productivity Tools is a separate package from the Webex Meetings desktop app. Productivity Tools no longer supports integrations with IBM Lotus Notes, IBM Sametime, Microsoft Lync, Internet Explorer, and Skype for Business from 41.2.