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This is a friendly reminder to update your Zoom client to the latest available version by June Zoom recently posted a security bulletin regarding a vulnerability in their Zoom Client for Meetings on all mobile and desktop platforms. As such, we are asking users to update their clients to the latest version. The latest available version as of May 31, is 5. After June 10, if you are running a client version older than 5.

The update must be completed before you can join. To avoid disruptions, we strongly recommend updating your mobile and desktop clients to the mandatory minimum version prior to June If you receive a prompt to update via the client prior to June 10, please proceed. Note that the mandatory minimum version requirement will not be enforced on Zoom users external to UBC that are joining your meeting or webinar.

UBC has a campus-wide license for Zoom as a platform for delivering courses online and larger meetings. Zoom has in-meeting chat for everyone or participants can message each other privately.

This prevents anyone from getting messages during the meeting. Zoom requires all meetings to use a waiting room or passcode. When attendees join a meeting, place them in a waiting room and require the host to admit them individually. Enabling the waiting room automatically disables the setting for allowing attendees to join before host. The UC Berkeley Zoom team recommends using local recordings by default.

Local recordings are the most cost effective and afford you the most flexibility afterwards. You can enable local recordings and configure settings by signing into the Zoom web portal. Local recordings may be uploaded and shared using the following campus collaboration tools:.

One of two things will happen:. If the Zoom account owner has no Kaltura account, the recording will be deleted from Kaltura within 24 hours this does not affect the Zoom Cloud recording, which will still be available in Zoom for 30 days.

It will never be shared with anybody else. Further action will be required to share with others. We expect that these do match for the vast majority of campus members; you would have to have actively added an additional email address to your bCourses Account Settings and selected it as your default—clicked the star next to it—in order for it NOT to match your Zoom email address. If they do not match, it is best that you change your default email address in bCourses so that it matches what is in Zoom.

If making this change has undesirable impacts, please contact us at kalturahelp berkeley. Once authentication options are enabled via the blue toggle button , there are two ways to control who has access to your cloud recordings:.

This means password protection will be enforced for shared cloud recordings. If you are running a webinar, your participants won’t be able to unmute themselves. Enable the waiting room When the waiting room is enabled, participants can’t join the meeting until you admit them. Enable for a single meeting Log into Zoom. Check Enable waiting room.

Enable for all meetings Log into Zoom. On the left navigation pane, click Settings. In the “Security section”, locate the “Waiting Room” toggle. Toggle the “Waiting room” setting on. Once it’s enabled, the toggle will change in color from gray to blue. Zoom Health users and regular Zoom IU users are part of a different Zoom instance, and as such, will be treated as guest participants if attempting to join one anothers’ meetings.

For example, if a user from Zoom Health tries to join a Zoom IU user’s meeting, and the Zoom IU user has the waiting room enabled with Guest participants only selected, the Zoom Health user will be sent to the waiting room. If the waiting room is toggled on at the account level, all future meetings will by default have the waiting room enabled.

You can turn this off for a single meeting when you create the meeting, or by editing the meeting. Unlike waiting rooms, the bypass setting can’t be changed on a per-meeting basis. The option you set here will apply to all of your meetings, including meetings that you have already created. Ensure removed participants are unable to rejoin meetings Log into Zoom. Click Settings. In the “In Meeting Basic ” section, ensure that Allow removed participants to rejoin is toggled off.

You won’t be able to re-enable chat from within the live webinar room; this option can be toggled on and off only from the Zoom account settings page. Prevent participants from screen sharing In the Zoom meeting room window, click the arrow next to “Share Screen”, and then select Advanced Sharing Options. Under “Who can share? Disabling annotations will not remove annotations that the attacker made prior to the setting change.

The host or co-host can use the annotation tool to clear all current annotations. Remove the participant To remove a participant from the meeting: In the Zoom meeting room window, click Manage Participants. A tab called Participants should appear on the right. Hover over the name of the desired participant and select More. Click Remove.

Thank you for the response. In response to leopoldj. RegisterMac Listener. FabioTomas Observer. Terri1 Observer. In response to FabioTomas. In response to Terri1. There’s a way to disable OTP? I’m trying to find. Its a zoom security issue and they aren’t offering any alternative. JenniferLam Listener. Hi, I am struggling with the same issue!!

Best regards Jennifer. In response to JenniferLam. Hi Terri, No, we don’t even have the 2FA enabled. This is not related to 2FA at all Thanks Jennifer. Buttercup Listener. TSCAbj Observer. Hello Everyone, We had 2FA enabled to secure access to our account.

Please, who knows how to truly disable this feature once and for all? Preview file. In response to TSCAbj. Hi, Have you check if 2FA is enabled on that exact account?

DYO Observer. YaBoiB Community Champion. In response to DYO. In response to YaBoiB. Thanks, Brandon If this response was helpful for you, please do not forget to click on the accepted solutions button! Hello, Thank you for your patience. That is great news. FHM Observer. This is an utter disgrace, and constitutes a breach of contract from ZOOM’s end.

We have now spent hours and hours trying to find out what really happened – with our users not being able to use the PAID licenses. Are you going to reimburse us for all the time spent, and all the aggravation you have caused? Peter van Velzen, NL. In response to FHM. Hi Brandon, Thank you for your response, but, no, sorry, not so helpful. Who decides what can be posted on this forum?

Zoom has effectively robbed us from properly using our licenses, by introducing what Zoom calls a ‘security-measure’ – an OTP based on an alledged suspicious login. This is because the emails with the login verification code were simply never sent by Zoom – so testifies my external, third-party email-filter.

And this issue is now deemed Resolved? By disabling, globally, this OTP-feature? Come on, you must be capable of doing better than that! BTW: I have always been a true believer, advocating Zoom over anything else.

Peter van Velzen – NL. Hi Peter, I’m the original poster of this topic. Hi LeopoldJ, Thank you for reaching out, and thank you for initiating this thread in the first place. I do not know where you are located – I am in The Netherlands, Europe. Our problems went away only a few hours ago, after suffering multiple days where our Zoom licenses were largely inoperable. I guess when Zoom disabled this so-called security feature, it took a while before the new status rippled through to the rest of the world What I do know, for certain, is that Zoom never sent out these login verification email-messages – running through the logs on our externally hosted, third-party email- filter aimed at blocking spam , no trace could be found of these login verification messages.

Perhaps this type of messages were sent out elswhere, but certainly not here. I am in the midst of exchanging hardware within one of the institutions we administer – exchanging fixed workstations with laptops – with all of these devices having been used within the same environment, on the same domain, within the same IP-ranges, using the same Zoom-credentials – and all of a sudden, the Zoom-logins from within our office-environment are deemed ”suspicious”.

Now, I do not know what AI Zoom is using to decide that the login- attempts are, all-of-a-sudden, suspicious, but they are definitely legit. These Community Champions are clearly not interested in building a community, and caring about the issues encountered – wolves in sheep-clothes, it would seem to me. Unfortunately Zoom is turning into a company with greed and profit as main drivers, which is also clear from the recent time-limitation Zoom has imposed onto 1-to-1 sessions.

They will introduce new ‘features’, and try to sell them as ‘uniforming’ or as ‘security improvements’ – disrupting the day-to-day operations of their customers, and downplaying the aggravation caused as ‘chatter’, and trying to sell you a few extra licenses on-the-side. The first problem we will encounter, soon, again, is when Zoom will re-activate OTP – they have only de-activated OTP on a temporary basis

 
 

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Option 1: Scheduling Privileges Users can give other individuals permissions to schedule meetings for them. Canvas Login. You can schedule a Zoom meeting through various methods:. By disabling, globally, this OTP-feature? Apps that work with Zapier. Click Edit this Meeting.