The number of concurrent meeting participants you can have is determined by your Adobe Connect license. To check your quota for the number of concurrent meeting participants, call report-quotas and look for the quota named concurrent-user-per-meeting-quota in the response:
<quota acl-id="624529" quota-id="concurrent-user-per-meeting-quota" used="0" limit="unlimited" soft-limit="1000000000"> <date-begin>2004-03-09T09:45:02.297-08:00</date-begin> <date-end>2999-12-31T16:00:00.000-08:00</date-end> </quota>
The quota has both a limit and a soft limit. The soft limit is the concurrency limit purchased for the account. It is the same as the limit, unless you purchase a Burst Pack for meetings, which allows additional participants to join past the limit, on an overage basis.
Without a Burst Pack, Adobe Connect enforces the concurrency limit and participants who try to enter after the quota is reached are rejected. If your limit is 20 attendees, attendee 21 receives a notice that the meeting room is full.
All accounts enforce the quotas that are set when the account is created. Accounts do not allow overages, unless you have a Burst Pack. Furthermore, Burst Packs are only for meetings, not for training or seminars.
Parse the response for the report-meeting-concurrent-users element. Read the value of the max-users attribute and compare it to the value of soft-limit:
<?xml version="1.0" encoding="utf-8" ?> <results> <status code="ok" /> <report-meeting-concurrent-users max-users="18" max-participants-freq="3" /> </results>