My clients routinely hang up on calls, due pressing "ESC" in error.
When receiving or making calls using jabber, it becomes the active application. Since our business application heavily utilizes the ESC key for navigation, and cannot be changed, the users tend to press "ESC" believing they are in the main application, and disconnecting the call.
I would like to see an optinon to either re-define the keys, or at least to have an option to disable the esc key.
on January 25th and 26th, we're hosting a Technical Enablement Workshop which will guide you through the steps involved in updating your organisation from Jabber and/or Meetings to Webex App.
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hi Team, we are planning to deploy Multi-Factor Authentication for Jabber. The main requirement is to use MFA over internet (MRA).Is it possible to deploy MFA just for MRA and don't touch impact any on-prem existing setup?Can someone please guide on ...
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UCCX does not natively protect HTTP Triggers.
I wanted to come up with a solution to handle HTTP cookie based authentication.
There is a zip file for this project attached to this article. It was written on UCCX 12.5...