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Anonymous users can not access Live Meetings

Posted on 2008-06-24
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We run a consolodated Front End and Consolodated Edge Server and Have ISA 2006 Standard publishing the OCS site.  The problem that we are having is with Live Meetings.  When users try to join a meeting they are prompted for authentication even when the invitation is sent to allow anonymous access.  I have checked the OCS front end server and anonymous access is enabled.  Live Meeting works fine for users that have domain credintials, but I was under the impression that if the meeting was sent to allow anonymous then they would not be prompted to log in.  If anyone has any suggestions of things that I can check to get the anonymous access working I would appreciate it.
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by:gaanthony
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Is a _sip._tls.<sipdomain> SRV record published in external DNS to support Live Meeting Client automatic configuration?  Access Edge host (A) record must also be in the <sipdomain> zone pointing to 443 (default) or 5061 if you changed the default AE setting.
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Yes, everything else is working properly except for the Live Meeting portion for anonymous users.
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Attach the pwconsole-debug*.txt log from the %temp% directory of the anonymous client.
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Nevermind...was my mistake...apparently it copied over user settings from Communicator and was trying to sign in with that domain account which is why it was prompting for ID\PW.
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Sorry to ask you how I can do this step  "Attach the pwconsole-debug*.txt log from the %temp% directory of the anonymous client"  Can you send a step by step instruction ?
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