Everyone except the organizer must wait in the lobby

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Everyone except the organizer must wait in the lobby until admitted. People I invite from my company Everyone except participants on the distribution list for the meeting must wait in the lobby until admitted. People from my company All internal users can join the meeting without waiting in the lobby, even if those who are not on the distribution list. All others, including all external and anonymous users, must wait in the lobby until admitted. Everyone including people outside my company (there are no restrictions) Everyone who joins the meeting bypasses the lobby and goes directly to the meeting. When any method except Organizer only (locked) is specified, the meeting organizer can also specify People dialing in by phone bypass the lobby . When any method except Organizer only (locked) is specified, the meeting organizer can also specify People dialing in by phone bypass the lobby . Presenter Capabilities Meeting organizers control whether participants can present during a meeting. Each meeting can be set up to limit presenters to any one of the following: Organizer only Only the meeting organizer can present. People from my company All internal users can present. Everyone including people outside my company (there are no restrictions) Everyone who joins the meeting can present. 40
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Microsoft Lync Server 2010 Security Guide People I choose The meeting organizer specifies which users can present by adding them to a list of presenters. Addressing Threats to Group Chat Microsoft Lync Server 2010 Group Chat is an optional server role that can be deployed to enable a persistent chat room resource for groups to collaborate on discussions, files, and other materials. Making use of Group Chat can enhance the ability of work teams to compile notes, conversations, and work items and refer back to those on the next meeting. Internal and external users (domain members and federated partners) can be attendees in a Group Chat room. All attendees must be invited. An optional compliance database can be deployed, based upon legal requirements. Group Chat is made up of the following components: Group Chat Server, running the following: Lookup service Channel service Web service Group Chat database Compliance Server (optional) Compliance database (can be collocated as instance with Group Chat database) Group Chat administration tools The Group Chat Server is located on the internal infrastructure and receives the incoming chat traffic through the associated Front End. External attendees are connected to the Group Chat Server through the Access Edge service. Federated partner clients are supported as attendees as well. By default, TLS protects client communication for SIP, and HTTPS for communication with the Web service. MTLS is used for communication between the Group Chat Server and the Front End Server, and it employs port 8011/TCP.
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