Meetings are online sessions in real-time for discussing any object of a collaboration in a collaborative or competitive scenario or the collaboration itself.
Under the function Network Administration, on the Meetings tab page, the Activate Meetings indicator must be selected.
If you want to call a meeting, in addition to taking part in one, the Meeting Host indicator must be selected under Settings in the menu, on the Meetings tab page.
To create a meeting, that is, to call one, you must be on the screen relating to the object that is going to be discussed during the meeting. Using the function Meeting in the overview tree, you can display an overview of all your meetings. From this overview, you can also start the Meeting Assistant. Users who have at least read authorization for the object or collaboration are automatically invited. However, you can edit the list of participants in the detail screen for the meeting. As a rule, you can also invite users that do not have any authorization for the object that is to be discussed during the meeting, however, they will not have access to the topic of the meeting. During the meeting you can upload any files and discuss them with the other participants. You must also have cFolders running in an additional browser window if you would like to use cFolders with the application share function for WebEx Meetings.
You can change the default settings for meetings in the menu, under Settings and in the function Network Administration.
If an error message appears and you have difficulty running the meeting you must check the following:
· Has cFolders been installed correctly?
If not, contact your system administrator.
· Have ActiveX Controls been activated in the browser?
Change the browser settings so that ActiveX Controls are supported.
For more information on errors messages that may be displayed during the course of a meeting, see the WebEx meeting documentation.