Transitioning from BlueJeans to Zoom
Revision as of 17:13, 7 January 2022 by Marki (→Information on the Transition: instructions for hostless zoom meetings)
Information on the Transition
- Getting Started with JLab's Zoom Gov Instance
- Initial announcement from the Lab (Nov. 12, 2021)
- Announcement of training sessions (Nov. 30, 2021)
- Question about Zoom and Polycom compatibility: response from Helpdesk (Dec. 8, 2021)
- Disposition of recordings on the BlueJeans site: response from Helpdesk (Dec. 13, 2021)
- Instructions for Linux (Dec. 22, 2021)
- Joining a Zoom meeting over Polycom Knowledge-base article. (Jan. 4, 2022)
- Instructions for finding the Zoom add-in for the Outlook web app for Linux: response from Helpdesk (Jan. 6, 2022)
- Instructions for Hostless Zoom Meetings: from Nathan Baltzell (Jan. 7, 2022)
Instructions for Zoom
- How to connect a polycom system to a zoom meeting.
- Connect you Polycom system to the I.P. address 18.104.22.168
- Enter the Zoom Meeting ID followed by #
- Enter the Zoom Pass code followed by #
- General Comments on Zoom on Polycom.
- In using a Polycom system, unless you have a keyboard connected to your unit, it is very hard to enter alpha numeric characters. Thus, we should restrict both meeting IDs and pass codes to be purely numeric.
- Meetings should be set up so that anyone can share their screen.
- Wait rooms should be avoided at all cost.
- There is no way to remotely mute a microphone in zoom, so setting mute on connect as the default would be smart.
- Unless you have multiple monitors, when a screen is shared, you will loose the participant videos.