The Mysteriously Changing Conference ID

A new feature in Office Communications Server 2007 R2 is PSTN dial-in to audio conferences. (OCS 2007 had audio conferencing. It just didn’t have an attendant to which you could dial-in, provide a conference ID, and be placed in the right conference.) The most important features of a traditional reservationless audio bridge are provided by…

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Audio Conferencing with PSTN Attendees Prior to a Leader Joining

The on-premise conferencing capability in Office Communications Server allows you to invite anonymous participants. These anonymous participants shouldn’t be allowed to have a meeting all by themselves, though. At least one authenticated enterprise user is required to be in the meeting. With data conferencing in the Live Meeting Console, an anonymous participant can activate the…

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