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Re: [steering-discuss] Re: SC call on 27th


Hi,

Tom Davies wrote on 2011-07-20 18:59:
I think other people already have permissions set so they can "unlock" (or
whatever) the room?  That was about the only trouble last time i think but it
was a total blocker at the time.  This time people have permissions?

good point, thanks for raising! The problem is that the interface is only in German. Normally, you don't need the interface at all - conference managers dial in via phone, using the secret room number (room number + manager PIN in a row), and then they press "3" when asked if they want to have an open call.

Locking and unlocking works with either *7 or *9 during the call (don't remember exactly; one is muting everyone, the other one is locking the room). Repeating that command does the opposite.

Muting only yourself works with *1 during the call.

Hope that helps!
Florian

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