For users logged in via an external authentication credentials, allow users to continue entering meetings with the same credentials or as guests.

Once a user logs in to your network and you authenticate the user to the Adobe Connect Server using an external authentication credential, you may want to allow the user to enter a meeting as participant or guest without having to log in a second time to Adobe Connect.

Launch a meeting and let the user enter as participant

  1. Once the user is authenticated on your network, log the user in to Adobe Connect (see Log in using HTTP header authentication for details).

  2. Get the value of the BREEZESESSION cookie for the user’s session, in one of two ways:

    • Call common-info and retrieve the value of cookie from the response:

       <cookie>breezma6zor9rdfps8h6a</cookie>
    • Retrieve the value of the BREEZESESSION cookie from the response header:

       Set-Cookie: BREEZESESSION=breezqw4vtfarqxvf9pk2;   domain=.macromedia.com;path=/
  3. Create a meeting room URL (see Create meeting room URLs for details).

  4. Append a session parameter and the BREEZESESSION cookie value to the meeting room URL:

     http://example.com/employeeMeeting/?session=breezbityp829r9ozv5rd
  5. Open the meeting room URL that has session appended. One way to do this is with a JavaScript onClick command:

     <a href=”http://example.com/employeeMeeting/” 
     onClick="javascript:window.open('http://example.com/employeeMeeting/?session=breezbityp829r9ozv5rd','Breeze', 'toolbar=no,menubar=no,width=800,height=600,resizable=yes'); return false">http://example.com/employeeMeeting/</a>

Launch a meeting and let the user enter as guest

  1. Once the user is authenticated on your network, log the user in to Adobe Connect (see Log in using HTTP header authentication for details).

  2. Get the value of the BREEZESESSION cookie for the user’s session, in one of two ways:

    • Call common-info and retrieve the value of cookie from the response:

       <cookie>breezma6zor9rdfps8h6a</cookie>
    • Retrieve the value of the BREEZESESSION cookie from the response header after calling login:

       Set-Cookie: BREEZESESSION=breezqw4vtfarqxvf9pk2;   domain=.macromedia.com;path=/
  3. In your application, create a meeting room URL (see Create meeting room URLs).

  4. Append a guestname parameter and the user’s guest display name to the meeting room URL:

     http://example.com/employeeMeeting/?guestName=joy
  5. Open the meeting room URL that has the guestname parameter. One way to do this is with a JavaScript onClick command:

     <a href=”http://example.com/employeeMeeting/” 
     onClick="javascript:window.open('http://example.com/employeeMeeting/?guestName=joy','Breeze', 'toolbar=no,menubar=no,width=800,height=600,resizable=yes'); return false">http://example.com/employeeMeeting/</a>

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