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Using MDM to configure Zoom on iOS Follow

Overview

System administrators can use a mobile device Management (MDM) to remotely configure the Zoom app on managed iOS devices.

This article covers:

Prerequisites

  • iOS devices with iOS 4 or later
  • Enterprise mobility management (EMM) software like AirWatch or Microsoft Intune

Configuration options

Key Value type Description
ForceLoginWithSSO Integer
1=True
0=False
Specify if you want to force users to log in to Zoom using SSO
SetSSOURL String

The vanity URL used to log in using SSO.

Example: Enter "success" to set the SSO URL as https://success.zoom.us

ForceSSOURL String

Sets and locks the vanity URL used to log in using SSO.

Example: Enter "success" to set the SSO URL as https://success.zoom.us

MeetingReminder Integer
1=True
0=False
Specify if upcoming meeting reminders are enabled.
SyncMeetingFromCalendar Integer
1=True
0=False
Specify if synced calendars are enabled, allowing Zoom to check users' calendar for Zoom meetings and add them to the  upcoming meeting list.
TurnOffVideoCameraOnJoin Integer
1=True
0=False
Specify if the users' video should be turned off when joining meetings
EnableAppleLogin Integer
1=True
0=False
Specify if users can login with Apple ID. 

NeedCallARoom

Integer
1=True
0=False
Adds the "Call a Room" button to the home tab, which allows users to call out to a SIP or H.323 endpoint.
DisableVirtualBkgnd Integer
1=True
0=False
Disables the Virtual Background option.
DisableComputerAudio Integer
1=True
0=False
Disables joining using device audio. 
DisableVideoCamera Integer
1=True
0=False
Removes the start/stop video option when in a meeting, and disables sending video. 
DisableReceiveVideo Integer
1=True
0=False

Disables recieving video during meetings.

Note: DisableVideoCamera must be enabled as well for this feature to work. 

DisableShareScreen Integer
1=True
0=False
Disables in-meeting screen sharing
DisableCertPin Integer
1=True
0=False
Disables verfication of TLS certificates
SetEmailDomainsRestrictedToLogin String

Sets what email domains are allowed when logging into the Zoom app. 

Example: "163.com" or "@163.com"

If using multiple domains: "163.com&164.com"

DisabledDesktopShare Integer
1=True
0=False
Disables screen sharing option on the app Home Screen
DisableFacebookLogin Integer
1=True
0=False
Disables logging into the Zoom client with Facebook
DisableGoogleLogin Integer
1=True
0=False
Disables logging into the Zoom client with Google
DisableLoginWithSSO Integer
1=True
0=False
Disables logging into the Zoom client with Single Sign On
DisableLoginWithEmail Integer
1=True
0=False
Disables logging into the Zoom client with Email
DisableCloudRecording Integer
1=True
0=False
Disables Cloud Recording
DisableMeetingChat Integer
1=True
0=False
Disables in Meeting Chat 
AlwaysShowMeetingControls Integer
1=True
0=False
Specify if Meeting Controls are always shown

Note: Use the prefix "mandatory:" followed by the key name if you want to make the configuration option mandatory for all users. Users won't be able to change the option when using Zoom on iOS.

Sample XML for Intune

<dict>
<key>ForceLoginWithSSO</key>
<integer>1</integer>
<key>SetSSOURL</key>
<string>success</string>
<key>MeetingReminder</key>
<integer>1</integer>
<key>mandatory:SyncMeetingFromCalendar</key>
<integer>0</integer>
<key>mandatory:TurnOffVideoCameraOnJoin</key>
<integer>0</integer>
</dict>

Sample XML for AirWatch

<managedAppConfiguration>
   <version>1.2.10</version>
    <bundleId>us.zoom.videomeetings</bundleId>
    <dict>
        <integer keyName="ForceLoginWithSSO">
           <defaultValue>
                <value>1</value>
          </defaultValue>
       </integer>
       <string keyName="SetSSOURL">
           <defaultValue>
               <value>success</value>
           </defaultValue>
       </string>
       <integer keyName="MeetingReminder">
           <defaultValue>
               <value>1</value>
           </defaultValue>
       </integer>
       <integer keyName="mandatory:SyncMeetingFromCalendar">
          <defaultValue>
                <value>0</value>
           </defaultValue>
       </integer>
       <integer keyName="mandatory:TurnOffVideoCameraOnJoin">
            <defaultValue>
                <value>0</value>
          </defaultValue>
      </integer>
    </dict>
</managedAppConfiguration>

 

Configuring with Intune

Installing Intune Company Portal on users' devices

  1. Install the Intune Company Portal app on your users' phones. 
  2. Instruct your users to sign in to the Company Portal app and follow the in-app instructions and allow the app to manage their devices.
  3. Instruct your users to install Zoom using the Intune Company Portal app.

Applying a configuration policy

  1. Sign in to the Microsoft 365 Device Management dashboard.
  2. In the left-side navigation menu, click Client apps then App configuration policies.
  3. Click Add and enter the following information:
    • Name: Enter a display name for the configuration.
    • Description: Enter a description to help identify the configuration.
    • Device enrollment type: Select Managed devices.
    • Platform: Select iOS.
    • Associated app: Select ZOOM Cloud Meetings AppStore.
  4. Click Configuration settings.
  5. In the Configuration settings format drop-down menu, select Enter XML Data.
  6. Use the text box to set the configuration options
  7. Click OK.

Assigning configuration policy to a group

  1. Click Assignments in the left-side panel.
  2. Click Select groups to include.
  3. Search for a group you want to apply the policy to and click the group name to add them to the selected list.
  4. Click Select.
  5. Click Save to finish applying the policy to the selected groups. 
    It may take several minutes for the configuration to be pushed to all devices.