Starting in release 8.5.2, administrators have an easy way to delete meeting rooms that are not being used anymore.
From the web-based administrative UI in the meeting center, you'll see a Delete icon next to individual meeting rooms:
In addition, when viewing the rooms for an individual user, you can delete all that user's rooms, if you need to quickly remove a collection of rooms (e.g., if an employee leaves the company):
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In Sametime 8.5.2, there are a number of new server configuration settings that you can use to control your deployment:
Whether managed access is required:
meeting.managedAccess.override (default: 0 or off)How long people are locked out of rooms after ejection:
rtc4web.ejectionTimeout (default: 300 seconds)Whether meeting rooms will open in a new window or tab:
meetingroomcenter.openRoomInNewWindow (default: true)Multiple protocol proxy confirmation:
meetingroomcenter.stProxySSLAddressWhether guests can join meetings on this server:
meetingroom.allowGuestAccess (default: 1 or true)In addition, there are two new user policies:
Does your company use more than one community at a time? If so, you'll be very happy to see our updated server community icons, which can help you differentiate which users are in which communities. Based on your feedback, we've designed these icons to have greater contrast with each other, and also rotate through them when you add communities, so that, by default, new communities will have unique icons.
The new icons look like this:
Using the new Sametime Bandwidth Manager, you can centrally configure and monitor bandwidth for Sametime audio and video calls. With the manager, you place constraints on how bandwidth is used in your network, to ensure that as many users as possible can use audio and video features and that high-priority audio and video usage gets network when needed.
For information about the new Bandwidth Manager, see these documents:
Based on customer feedback, we've added a setting for the web meeting client, to indicate whether meetings open in the current window or in a new window or tab. This capability makes it easier for people to get back to the meeting center if they need to jump from one meeting room to another.
This behavior is controlled at the server level, with this setting:
meetingroomcenter.openRoomInNewWindow (default: true)