Require Authentication to Join Zoom Meetings
This article applies to: Zoom
Requiring your attendees to authenticate with their Cornell NetID and password makes your Zoom meeting more secure, saves you from having to admit them from the meeting room, and provides their Cornell name in your Participants list.
To require attendees to sign in, when scheduling the meeting, under Meeting Options, select Only Authenticated Users Can Join.
Once you do, the section will change to indicate Cornell Users.
When scheduling using the Zoom Outlook plug-in, the process is similar.
If Authentication is required for the meeting and attendees don't sign in, they will not be able to get into the session until they sign in. They will need an account to sign in.
If Authentication is not required for the meeting and attendees don't sign in, they will go the waiting room until admitted, then show as guests. In the Participants window, you'll see whatever name they choose.