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Verifying the success of Tightly Coupled Integration for a new deployment of both Cisco WebEx and Cisco WebEx Meeting application

Make sure you have completed all the provisioning steps before verifying the success of a Tightly Coupled Integration between a new deployment of both Cisco WebEx and Cisco WebEx Meeting application. For more information, see Scenario 1 under Provisioning Steps for Tightly Coupled Integration

To verify the Tightly Coupled Integration is successful:

  1. Select the Configuration tab.
  2. Under the Additional Services section, select Meetings to display the Meetings screen.

    Verify that the Cisco WebEx "ball" is displayed before the URL of the Cisco WebEx Meeting application site. The site URL cannot be changed.

     

     

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  3. Select Enable Meeting Integration to enable the integration between Cisco WebEx and Cisco WebEx Meeting application. If you are using Cisco WebEx version 7.2.2 or later and this checkbox is disabled, all meeting-related preference options and features will be hidden for the users in the Cisco WebEx application.
  4. Select the Display to User check box to display the Cisco WebEx Meeting application site URL to users in the host account setup section of the application.
  5. In the Brief Description box, enter a meaningful description for the Cisco WebEx Meeting application site.
  6. You cannot change the value in the Common User Identity box. The common user identity indicates a one-to-one mapping relationship for users between Cisco WebEx and Cisco WebEx Meeting application. Common User Identity is a mechanism to recognize and authenticate users between the two systems. For example, Email is one of the methods for establishing a Common User Identity. This is configured during provisioning and cannot be changed in Cisco WebEx Administration Tool.

     

     

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    • Email Address :: Meeting Account Email Address (recommended)
    • Username :: Meeting Account Email Address
    • Username :: Meeting Account Username

     

  7. Select the Select as Default button against a particular Cisco WebEx Meeting application URL to indicate it as the default site to be displayed as the default site when a user sets up the host account in the application. If there is one Cisco WebEx Meeting application URL, it will be selected as default.
  8. Verify that Automatically enable Meeting account when creating a new user is selected by default. This automatically creates a corresponding Cisco WebEx Meeting application account for each new user you create in your Cisco WebEx organization. The following graphic illustrates the automatic creation of a Cisco WebEx Meeting application account when you create a new user. If you do not plan to provide the Cisco WebEx Meeting application service to all users by default, clear this check box.

     

     

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    • To verify if the Cisco WebEx Meeting application account was automatically created, open the newly-created user's profile and click Advanced Settings. The Cisco WebEx Meeting application Site Administration page opens showing the user's profile. For more information about viewing a user's profile, see Editing Users.
    • If you clear Automatically enable Meeting account when creating a new user, you need to manually enable the Cisco WebEx Meeting application account for each new user you create. For more information on creating new users, see Adding Users.

     

  9. Select Save.
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