Administration

Login screen after Realm switch

Right after switching realms between Zoom, OpenID (Ping), or LDAP, Zoom apps still show the login prompt for the previous realm. The correct login prompt is shown only after the user attempts to log in using the old login prompt and the login fails. All subsequent login prompts on that user workstation are then shown …

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FAQ – C3 Hub

Issue: On MacOS the EJH Client Hub doesn’t start up In some installations on MacOS Catalina+, the Hub’s client folder owner permissions gets configured as root causing the hub to not start up as the current logged-in user doesn’t have ownership of the folder: Resolution Using Terminal If you are conversant with terminal commands, you …

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Getting started with C3

Zoom 7.6 can be quickly set up to connect to the online cloud storage of your team’s media collection using C3. C3 stands for Client Cloud Connector. It is first configured on the Zoom Server and then the switch to enable C3 is turned on at the client end. Follow these steps to set up …

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Bulk User Account Creation

Using the “zm admin” command it is possible to create bulk user accounts in the Zoom server. Syntax : zm -s zoom-server-url -c loadusers csv-file-name -p project-name -r role-name Example:zm -s http://zmsrv21:8880 admin -c loadusers file.txt -p defproj -r projectadminHere, -c denotes the task to be executed; for now, only “loadusers” is supported. This command …

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Mail messages sent by Zoom

These email messages are sent by Zoom for various events: Component Email about Can it be disabled? Configurable from Server activities and User Management Server Start No Modify the Bcc list in SMTP Settings (inside the Server Control Panel) from the Web Management Console.   Server settings change through the Web Management Console No Modify …

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AI Jobs Dashboard

The AI jobs are managed by the Hub Server, so you need access to the Hub Server to view the AI Jobs Dashboard. Access the AI Jobs Dashboard using the Hub Server IP at http://[HubIP]:8282/ The AI Dashboard is shown. It shows system information about the AI processes in Zoom. Click AI Jobs to see …

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AI in action

After installing and configuring Hub, as soon as you are finished setting up your AI provider, configuration, and mappings in Zoom, your AI module in Zoom starts locating existing assets in the Zoom repository to be eligible for AI analysis. If any existing or new assets match your configured AI mapping rules, these are sent …

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Configure Amazon AI in Zoom

After setting up the Hub Server and configuring Amazon settings on it, we also need to configure detailed Amazon AI parameters in Zoom using the Web Management Console. We need to set Amazon as the AI Provider, provide configurations for AI engines, and then map AI rules to AI engines. Follow these steps: AI Providers …

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Configure Amazon AI on Hub

Once you have configured Hub in Zoom and installed your Hub Server, you can add Amazon settings to it. Start the Hub Server where you want to run AI jobs. On this Hub Server, open the conf folder inside the Hub installation directory. Inside the conf folder, locate ai-spec.xml. ai-spec.xml will be created automatically on …

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