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Managing Server Users Follow

Overview

While On-Premise devices have an admin login by default, you can also add more users and manage their access permissions as well. 

Note: These users are not considered Zoom users or have access to the Zoom service. 

Prerequisites

  • Business, Education, or Enterprise account
  • A running Meeting Connector or Virtual Room Connector
  • Admin access to the server web interface

Adding Users

  1. As an admin, navigate to the web console at https://IPaddress:5480 and log in.
  2. Click User > Add.
  3. Fill in the following fields:
    • Account: Username for the user
    • Password: Login password for the user
    • Confirm Password: Login password for the user
    • Operation Authority:
      • Operate users have the privilege to start/stop service processes, check for server updates, and change other appliance configurations.
      • View users only have the privilege to see the status information and view configuration options.
  4. Click Add

Managing Users

  1. As an admin, navigate to the web console at https://IPaddress:5480 and log in.
  2. Click User > Manage.
  3. Click Change Password to update a user's password, Change Authority to update their permissions, or delete the users as well.