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In-Progress Conferences

The administrator's In-Progress Conferences window has the additional option to view conferences scheduled by ALL users. Enable this option by clicking the Display Conferences for All Users check box.

 

Pending Conferences

The administrator's Pending Conference window has the additional option to view conferences scheduled by ALL users. Enable this option by clicking the Display Conferences for All Users check box.

Administering the Web Client

The Web Client is designed to act as a supplement to the audio conference.  Once a conference that is booked with web support selected has become active, the Web Client is accessible via a web-based GUI.  

The system administrator may be relied upon to make files accessible for uploading onto the Web Client.  There are several points to keep in mind when administering the uploading of files:

  • All files uploaded to the Web Client must first be converted to HTML.  Thus, some formats and features available on the original file could be altered.

  • All files to be uploaded must be published to the Conferencing Center's website or a website that is on the same domain as the Web Client PC. A virtual directory for publishing these HTML files needs to be set up.

  • The URL for accessing these HTML files must be made available to the conference host for use during the conference.  

  • Depending on how much space is available on the web server machine, extremely large files may be an issue.

Setting up a File Upload Path

IP Office Conferencing Center allows for users of the Web Client to view HTML files uploaded by the conference host. These files need to be published onto a website that is on the same domain as the Web Client PC. A virtual directory for the HTML files needs to be set up.

To tell the web server where to look for these files by creating a virtual directory:

  1. On the web server PC, create a folder for storing all the HTML files.

  2. Open the IIS Manager.

  3. Double-click the server name.

  4. Click Web Sites | Default Web Sites.

  5. Click Action in the tool bar. Select New | Virtual Directory.

  6. The Virtual Directory Creation Wizard appears. Click Next.

  7. Enter a name for the directory in the Alias text box. Click Next.

  8. Click the Browse button and browse to the folder containing the HTML files. Click OK, the browse window is now closed.

  9. Click Next.

  10. Click Finish.  You should now see the newly created virtual directory.

WARNING: If you do not want users to view all files in the directory, be sure to enable a default content page for the directory and create a default HTML page.

Once this directory is set up, you can give the URL to Conferencing Center users who request it. The URL should be in the following format: http://<server name>/<alias directory name>/<file name.htm>.

 

 

 

 

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