Zoom accounts can be created for resource accounts linked to a particular conference rooms or classroom. The process for creating and managing this type of Zoom account is different from the setup of a regular Zoom user account, so please read below for details.
For students, Cornell Zoom recordings can be created only in your local storage.
Faculty and staff who attend a meeting can create recordings in local storage if the host has given them that permission.
Faculty and staff who host a meeting can choose local or cloud storage for their recording.
Increase the security of an already-scheduled meeting by adding a password. This can be done either using the Zoom website, your Outlook Calendar, or one of several Outlook Zoom plugin and add-ins.
Starting May 24, 2020, passwords are required for scheduling any Zoom meeting and webinar. Also, any scheduled meetings or webinars that do not have a password will have one automatically added by Zoom.
After May 24, 2020, if you have meetings with passwords added automatically by Zoom, you should:
1. Open each Zoom meeting or webinar using the method you used to create it (for example, Outlook's Zoom plugin or add-in, Canvas LTI, or the Zoom website).
2. Re-save the event, which now includes a password, without making a change.
• In the Outlook plugin or add-in, you should be prompted to send an update to your invitees.
• In the Canvas Zoom integration, this will update the Join link for the course’s Zoom sessions.