The “Meeting Expiration” option in Office Live Meeting is still selectable after all the modalities which enable content to be stored on the server are disabled on the Live Meeting service

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SYMPTOMS

An update is available for Administrators to prevent a Microsoft Office Live Meeting 2007 user from using some modalities in Office Live Meeting 2007. These modalities cause content to be stored on the Office Communications Server server. When all these modalities are disabled, the Meeting Expiration option in Meeting Options of Office Live Meeting is still selectable. However, this option should not be selectable.

RESOLUTION

To fix this problem, install the following cumulative update:
2029026 Description of the update package for the Windows-based Live Meeting 2007 client: July 2010

STATUS

Microsoft has confirmed that this is a problem in the Microsoft products that are listed in the "Applies to" section.

MORE INFORMATION

After you install the update, the following modalities can be enabled or disabled by the Conference Center Administrator:
  1. Attendee annotations
  2. Handouts Question & Answer
  3. Presenter shared notes
  4. Text page
  5. White board
  6. Web page
  7. Screen snapshot
  8. Poll page
  9. Slide upload
  10. Recording expiration (This modality will be hidden if all the previous modalities are disabled)
To enable or to disable the modalities that are described here, you must apply a policy to the Conference Center. Contact your sales representative for more information about this policy.

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Article ID: 2254837 - Last Review: August 12, 2011 - Revision: 3.0
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  • Microsoft Office Live Meeting 2007
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