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Conferencing Policy Settings Reference

 

Topic Last Modified: 2014-02-05

The tables in this topic list all the conferencing policy settings that you can specify by using Lync Server 2013 Control Panel.

The following table lists all the conferencing policy settings that you can apply to conference organizers. For the most up-to-date list of conferencing policy settings see the help topic for the Set-CsClientPolicy cmdlet.

Organizer Policy Settings

Setting Description

Maximum meeting size

Sets the maximum number of participants allowed in a meeting.

Allow participants to invite anonymous users

Allows meeting organizers to invite unauthenticated users to meetings.

Enable recording

Allows presenters or attendees to record the meeting.

Allow federated and anonymous participants to record

Allows external and unauthenticated participants to record the meeting.

Enable IP audio

Allows the use of audio in a meeting.

Enable IP audio/video

Allows the use of audio and video in a meeting.

Enable PSTN dial-in conferencing

Allows the user to attend a meeting by dialing in from the public switched telephone network (PSTN).

Allow anonymous participants to dial out

Allows unauthenticated users to join a meeting by using dial-out phoning. With dial-out phoning, the conference server calls the user, and the user answers the phone to join the meeting.

Maximum video resolution allowed for conferencing

Sets the maximum resolution for video conferencing. Valid values are 640*480(VGA) and 352*288(CIF).

Enable data collaboration

Enables data collaboration conferencing or web conferencing.

Allow federated and anonymous participants to download content

Allows external and unauthenticated participants to download content from the meeting.

Allow participants to transfer files

Allows meeting participants to transfer files during a meeting.

Enable annotations

Allows meeting participants to create annotations in content.

Enable polls

Allows meeting participants hold a poll during a meeting.

Enable application sharing

Allows users to schedule meetings that support application sharing.

Allow participants to take control

Allows participants to take control of another user’s shared application.

Allow federated and anonymous participants to take control

Allows external and anonymous participants to take control of another user’s shared application.

noteNote:
If this setting is set to True and Allow participants to take control is set to False, this setting is overridden.

The following table lists all the conferencing policy settings that you can apply to conference participants.

Participant Policy Settings

Setting Description

Enable application sharing

Allows users to schedule meetings that support application sharing.

Enable application and desktop sharing

Allows users to participate in meetings that support application sharing and desktop sharing. In a conference, the value of this setting that applies to the organizer of the conference will be applied to all anonymous endpoints who also participate.

Enable peer-to-peer file transfer

Allows participants to perform peer-to-peer file transfers during a meeting. A peer-to-peer file transfer does not involve all the meeting participants.

Enable peer-to-peer recording

Allows participants to record peer-to-peer conferencing sessions.

 
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