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WebEx Net Conferencing System Requirements

Password Management for user accounts and Meetings:

Password management for user accounts enables you to set stronger passwords to secure access to each account on the Cisco WebEx site. This would help to secure your Cisco WebEx account credentials and help to prevent hackers from accessing user accounts and possibly creating new meetings. To secure existing Cisco WebEx accounts, you can impose a one-time across-the-board renewal of account credentials by requiring your end-users to change their password upon their next login, and/or you can activate the feature to require passwords to be changed by the end-user every 90 days.


Password management for meetings enables you to set stronger passwords and secure access to each meeting on the site. Only new meetings would be required to adhere to the strict password setting enabled. To secure existing meetings they would need to be re-scheduled by each end user.


Passwords satisfying the minimum Strong Password guidelines are:


The following steps should be taken to enable strong passwords for meetings and accounts on the Verizon Net Conferencing site with Cisco WebEx services:

Password Management for User Accounts:


1. To enable strong passwords for user accounts, go to your Cisco WebEx Administrative site. In the Password Management section, select the setting recommended below or those required by your IT organization.


2. Password Aging for User Accounts

To enforce the new password for existing users select the option to Force all users to change password on next login. It is also recommended to select the first option below to Force all users to change password every 90 days (or a duration of your choosing.)



Password Management for Meetings:

1. Go to your Cisco WebEx Administrative site. In the Meetings section, select the setting to require "All meetings must be unlisted". 2. To enable strong passwords for your meetings, select the settings recommended below or those required by your IT organization:



3. The screen print below shows two additional options that can be enabled to allow for additional security depth to the passwords.