Cisco Unified MeetingPlace, Release 6.x -- Worksheet 4-1: Security Parameters

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This worksheet shows the security parameters that are available to help you secure the system.


Unless "via phone" or a specific tab is mentioned, all parameters are located in the Configure tab in MeetingTime.


Parameter Description Location Options Default
System Access

Min profile pwd length

Minimum length for a profile password

Usage parameters

0-11

6

Change profile pwd (days)

Frequency at which a profile password must be changed

Usage parameters

0-3650

90

Min user pwd length

Minimum length for a user password

Usage parameters

0-11

5

Change user pwd

Frequency at which a user password must be changed

Usage parameters

0-3650

90

Maintenance Release 2 and earlier:

Max profile login attempts

Number of attempts to log into a profile before the profile is locked

Usage parameters

0-32767

3

Maintenance Release 3 and later:

Max profile login/mtg password attempts

Controls:

  • Number of attempts to log into a profile before the profile is locked.
  • Number of times a user can attempt to join a password-protected meeting before being transferred to the attendant (if available), or disconnected (if not).

Usage parameters

0-32767

3

Meeting Scheduling and Setup

Allow vanity mtg IDs?

Whether users are allowed to assign customer meeting IDs to the meetings they schedule

System parameters

Yes/No

Yes

Minimum mtg ID length

Minimum length for meeting IDs

Scheduling parameters

1-9

4

Min meeting pwd length

Minimum length for meeting passwords

Usage parameters

0-11

0

Password required?

Requires user to establish a password when scheduling

User Profiles and User Groups

Yes/No

No

Display mtg to everyone?

Restricts who can see meetings scheduled by this user


( Yes lets anyone see meetings scheduled by this user from Browse Meetings link in Cisco Unified MeetingPlace Web Conferencing or on MeetingTime reception board. Value can be changed by meeting when users schedule meetings.)

User Profiles and User Groups

Yes/No

No

Releases earlier than 6.0(361.0): Allow guest outdial?


Release 6.0(361.0) and later: Can Call Out From Meetings

Whether guests are given outdial privileges

( Yes allows the system to outdial guest users when they click Join Voice Conference button from the web. Meeting schedulers can change value by meeting only if Can Schedule Guest Outdial Mtgs parameter is Yes in their profile.)


Release 6.0(361.0) and later:

  • If the Can Call Out From Meetings field is set to True for the guest user profile, then guest users can dial out of meetings.
  • If the Can Call Out From Meetings field is set to False for the guest user profile, then guest users cannot dial out of meetings.
  • If the Can Call Out From Meetings field is set to True for a user profile, then that user can dial out of meetings.
  • If the Can Call Out From Meetings field is set to False for a user profile, then that user cannot dial out of meetings.


Note: For configurations that use WebEx, you must set the Can Call Out From Meetings field to Yes for the guest user profile because all WebEx users are considered guests.

User Profiles and User Groups

Yes/No

No

Scheduling restrictions

Whether users can schedule meetings


("Near Term Mtg Limit" value determines how many meetings users can schedule in six hours.)

User Profiles and User Groups

Unrestricted/Cannot Schedule/ Near Term Mtg Limit

Unrestricted

Meeting Access

Can schedule guest outdial mtgs?

Whether users can schedule meetings that allow guests to join the voice conference over the Web.


( Yes lets users change the Allow Guest Outdial in Mtgs parameter per meeting.)

User Profiles and User Groups

Yes/No

Yes

Entry announcement

Announces meeting participants as they enter meeting


( Beep+Name requires all guests to record their name before entering meetings. Guests who enter without identifying themselves should be asked for identification by other participants.)

User Profiles and User Groups

Beep only/ Beep+Name/None

Beep+ Name

Allow Internet access?

When the Cisco Unified MeetingPlace system is configured with a Web Conferencing server in the DMZ and another behind the DMZ. When Yes , the web portion of the meeting is held on the server in the DMZ and can be accessed by anyone. When No , the web portion of the meeting is held on the server behind the DMZ and can be accessed only by users on the company's intranet.

User Profiles and User Groups

Yes/No

No

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