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Susan McEvilly
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Auto Account Creation and Custom Session Types

Scenario

  • SSO is enabled on a Meeting Center site with auto-account creation enabled
  • Two custom session types have been created
  • Those two session types need to allocated to the correct user;  not all users receive all custom session types.

Question:

  • When a user logs into WebEx for the first time, thereby auto-generating his account, how does the system know which custom session type to align to which new account?

Thank you -

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ryanhunt
Contributor

By default they will get all session types available assigned, the IDMS would have to map some attribute flags in the following manner within the SAML Assertion

<ns2:Attribute Name="MT" NameFormat="urn:oasis:names:tc:SAML:2.0:attrname-format:unspecified">

<ns2:AttributeValue>&lt;10,101,234,543&gt;</ns2:AttributeValue>

</ns2:Attribute>

Those comma separated numbers would define those meeting types for that user..

Or you can do a setUser API command after the account is provisioned and change the meeting types to what's required externally from the IDMS.

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ryanhunt
Contributor

By default they will get all session types available assigned, the IDMS would have to map some attribute flags in the following manner within the SAML Assertion

<ns2:Attribute Name="MT" NameFormat="urn:oasis:names:tc:SAML:2.0:attrname-format:unspecified">

<ns2:AttributeValue>&lt;10,101,234,543&gt;</ns2:AttributeValue>

</ns2:Attribute>

Those comma separated numbers would define those meeting types for that user..

Or you can do a setUser API command after the account is provisioned and change the meeting types to what's required externally from the IDMS.

View solution in original post

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