Cisco Unified MeetingPlace Release 6.1 -- About Cisco Unified MeetingPlace Profiles and Access

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Cisco Unified MeetingPlace Release 6.1 > Cisco Unified MeetingPlace Audio Server > Configuring > Setting Up the Audio Server > About User Profiles



Like other internal company resources, many Cisco Unified MeetingPlace functions require that users identify themselves through a user profile. A user profile consists of the following:


Information Type Examples

Security

User ID and password

Personal

Name, time zone, and billing code

Access

Scheduling, outdialing, recording, and video scheduling access

Contact

Phone, e-mail, and pager, and for users with video scheduling privileges, video address and video default bandwidth

Default meeting preferences

Announced entries, roll calls, and automatic notifications



Users with Cisco Unified MeetingPlace profiles should always sign in through the Web to access the greatest number of Cisco Unified MeetingPlace functions, such as the following:

  • Schedule, reschedule, or cancel meetings
  • Initiate reservationless meetings
  • Invite guests, other profile users, or a team to meetings
  • Attach documents to meetings
  • Download attachments, access recordings, or review a list of meetings that they have been invited to
  • Update settings in their user profiles
  • Lock a meeting and change whether an attendee is allowed to speak
  • Poll meeting attendees for comments and suggestions


We highly recommend that people who frequently access Cisco Unified MeetingPlace have a profile in order to access these functions.

To Add a New User Profile

You can add new end user profiles to the Cisco Unified MeetingPlace database through Cisco Unified MeetingPlace Web Conferencing. However, further customization of user profiles requires that you access the profile through MeetingTime.


  1. Sign in to Cisco Unified MeetingPlace Web Conferencing.
  2. From the Welcome page, click Admin , then click Profiles .
  3. Fill in the parameters as indicated in the following table:


For Do This

User ID

Enter a unique alphanumeric string of 3 to 17 characters that identifies the user when the user accesses Cisco Unified MeetingPlace from a workstation.


Recommended The network or e-mail user name.

User ID Password

Enter an alphanumeric password of 3 to 11 characters that authenticates the user when the user accesses Cisco Unified MeetingPlace from a workstation.

Note: This is a temporary password. Users are prompted to change this password the first time they log in.

Confirm Password

Enter the user ID password again.

Profile Number

Enter a unique numeric string of 3 to 17 digits that identifies the user when the user accesses Cisco Unified MeetingPlace through the phone interface.


Do not set the user ID and profile number to the same value.


Recommended The phone number, extension, or voice mailbox of the user.

Profile Password

Enter an alphanumeric password of 3 to 11 characters that authenticates the user when the user accesses Cisco Unified MeetingPlace from the phone.

Note: This is a temporary password. Users are prompted to change this password the first time they log in.

Confirm Password

Enter the profile password again.

First Name

(Optional) Enter the first name of the user.

Last Name

(Optional) Enter the last name of the user.

E-Mail Address

(Optional) Enter the primary e-mail address of the user. Cisco Unified MeetingPlace will direct meeting notifications to this e-mail address.

Phone Number

(Optional) Enter the phone number of the user.

Time Zone

(Optional) Choose the local time zone of the user. If this user profile will be part of a group, click Group Default (localtime) .


4. Click Add .

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