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No record button in Live Meeting

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Trying to record a live meeting and we have no record button available in the client.  
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First check the OCS Forest/Properties/Global Properties Meeting tab.
Edit the Default Policy or whatever policy you have applied to the users enabled for Office Communications server and verify that "Allow presenter to record meetings" is enabled.
You may need to restart the Web Conferencing service or wait 15 minutes for the change to replicate in AD.
The first step to record your Live Meeting presentation, you must join the meeting as a presenter. The organizer of the meeting schedules a meeting for you as a presenter to join the meeting. If you are the organizer, you must use the organizer credentials to join the meeting as a presenter, and then you can use the Recording Control Panel window that is available in the presenter console to record your presentation.
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Thank you sir.  Perfect.  That did it and actually as soon as I made the change it was available for recording.
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