26 septembrie 2008 01:45
I am in the middle of setting up an office communication server and would like to incorporate live meeting in this.
I'm a bit confused on how it works though and would like to know if someone could help me out setting this up, or point to a location where I can get details on doing so.
I have been able to run office communicator 2007 successfully between users, but when I set up the live meeting add-in I need to enter a live meeting url, and I would like details on what URL it is looking for, and how I can set this up on my server.
5 noiembrie 2008 14:01
Two things to figure out here.
1. Are you using the Enterprise Edition of OCS? If you are, then a cut down version of Live Meeting is part of the functionality. You'd need to check that. If the answer is yes, then you should have the documentation you need (or at least have access to it). Be aware, that this is a very simple answer to your question and that there are some "depends" on this. E.g. How many user on the OCS server? Are you planning on using VoIP, and video (as you will need to think about bandwidth etc)? Will you be inviting people from outside the firewall? (You'll need to look at edge servers etc).
2. If you have the standard edition of OCS, then you can purchase Live Meeting from a partner. They would provide you with the url, user id etc....Then you can add that to the Outlook add-in pack so that you can schedule meetings?
3. You may have already purchased Live Meeting. In this case, if you purchased through your company and they have an Enterprise agreement with Microsoft, contact your LAR for further information. If not, and it was through a telco partner, then contact them and they should be able to give you guidance.
- Marcat ca răspuns de Casey M _Microsoft_ 2 ianuarie 2009 18:43