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adobe connect users

Community Beginner ,
Jun 17, 2020 Jun 17, 2020

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Hello,

 

I'm new to adobe connect, and I got confused about adobe users, I know that adobe admins have credentials and can login to adobe admin console, but what about users (not admins, I mean the beneficiaries of the system), what types are they? and they have credentials (email and password) or not? and where they can login to? 

 

I appreciate your help and support!

Thank you, 

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Account management , Administration , Connect central , Desktop application , Meetings

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LEGEND ,
Jun 17, 2020 Jun 17, 2020

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To have an account in Connect, all users need a username and password. 

 

Rights within Connect are dictated by the System Groups that users are members of.

 

Administrator = Admin rights

Meeting Host = Named Host rights

Seminar Administrator = Seminar Admin rights

etc. 

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but what about the users (who will see these seminars and so on) can they have an account in adobe connect?

how can they access to the online meetings, webinars and training sessions? through the urls or through an adobe connect user dashboard?

 

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