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Limited number of participants - managing...

New Here ,
Jul 14, 2008 Jul 14, 2008

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I'm working in a University where we use Adobe Connect for online meetings between coworkers, clients and some of our teachers are using Connect for online courses.

It's working really well and we'd like to use it even more in september, but, we have a limited number or participants (80) and we don't want to create situation where all the places are taken and a some students can't join their meetings...

Did any of you had this problem? How did you deal with this?

Does anything exist, like a plug-in calender, where you can do reservation ?

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Jul 28, 2008 Jul 28, 2008

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I'm trying to figure out the maximum number of participants for each "pod" including phone conferencing. Any know, and/or can Adobe confirm?

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Sep 04, 2008 Sep 04, 2008

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You can monitor your concurrent meeting attendee usage as an admin, Go to the Administration tab in your server, then select reports, the view meeting reports and you will be able to see all the active meetings and how many attendees are in meetings at a given time. From there you can watch and see how the licenses are being used.

How do you handle or deal with the problem? If all your licenses are being used, then that is a good thing, People are adopting your tool. The easiest solution is to purchase more licenses. However you can use a calender tool and just tell people that they need to reserve rooms just as if they are physical rooms. There is no "plug-in calender" but you could use the built in calendar in Connect, or just use outlook or lotus notes if you use that.


As to the number of participants for each pod... there is no licensing for that. The number of people that you can have on your phone bridge is limited to the licensing of your phone bridge, not connect. The licensing is for how many people can be in one or many connect rooms at a given time, the pods are just part of the room.

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Oct 09, 2008 Oct 09, 2008

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i really like what you say about that.

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