Access restriction to join the meeting in Zoom App

 

 

 

 

By default

Users with join links or meeting IDs

You can join meetings hosted by users of your account, even if you are not signed in to Zoom.

 

With access restriction

  • You can limit meeting participants to those who are signed in to Zoom.
  • You can also further restrict participation to people signed in from a specific set of email address domains.

Requirements

 

Only signed-in users join the meeting

When this option is enabled, only users signed in to the Zoom client can attend meetings. This helps to prevent unknown participants from joining the session.

 

How to set it up for all members of your organization

  • Sign in to the Zoom Web Portal as an administrator with permission to edit account settings and click Account Settings.
  • Meeting of the tab only for people who sign can participate ] to move to the option, make sure that the setting is enabled.
    If the setting is disabled, click the Status toggle to enable it. When the confirmation dialog appears, select Enable to confirm your changes.

 

  • (Optional) If you want this setting to be mandatory for all users in your account, click the lock icon and then click Lock to confirm the setting.

Only sign in users with the specified domain join the meeting

When this option is enabled, only users signed in to Zoom Client in the specified domain can participate in the session.

How to set it up for all members of your organization

  1. Click the pencil icon at the bottom to add a domain list.
  1. Enter the domain name and then click Save to apply the changes.

When setting multiple domains

Click the Upload domain list from CSV file option to include a list of domains without entering domains individually in the text entry field. This allows you to upload a CSV file containing domain names that are approved for meeting participation.

 

 

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