Chapter 6: Configuring the SA-100 for Operation SA-100 Planning, Installation and Administration Guide
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Step 5 In the Enable HTTPS section, make sure that HTTPS is enabled. The function
is enabled when the first line in the says the following:
HTTPS is currently enabled on this service appliance.
If the service appliance is disabled, do the following:
Step a In the Enable HTTPS on the following Service Appliance field, select the
option that indicates the device on which you want to enable HTTPS.
Note Selecting All enables HTTPS only on the SA-100s that are currently
online. The enabling process must be repeated when units that are
currently offline are brought online and when new units are added.
Step b Click Go to enable HTTPS.
NOTE When using a self-signed certificate, user uploads to Personal or Shared Library
may fail if using the FireFox web browser to access the Conference Web Portal.
NOTE User’s who access the Conference Web Portal on appliances with HTTPS enabled
and who use the FireFox web browser must disable Transport Layer Security (TLS)
to properly render web pages. To disable TLS in Firefox:
Select Tools > Options.
Click the Advanced tab
Click the Encryption tab.
Uncheck "Use TLS 1.0".
Click OK.
6.5 Creating SA-100 Users
Anyone can participate in or initiate ad hoc SA-100-managed conference calls. However,
the SA-100 users referred to here are ShoreTel system users who are granted accounts that
allow them to schedule and host conferences on SA-100s. For information about
configuring users, refer to the ShoreTel 12.1: System Administration Guide. To configure
these SA-100 users, do the following:
Step 1 Launch ShoreWare Director.
Step 2 Click Administration > Users > Individual Users. The Individual Users page
Step 3 Select the user for whom you want to enable the service. The Users page
containing the profile of the user you select appears.
Step 4 Scroll down to Conference Setting section near the bottom of the page.
Step 5 In the Appliance field, select the SA-100 that you want the user to use for
conference calls.
Step 6 Click Save.
NOTE If you are not running proxy services on your network, we recommend that you
disable the Microsoft Internet Explorer Internet Option setting “Automatically
detect settings” on the machines of conference users. This setting can cause the
Windows Presenter on user machines using a WiFi connection to take up to 30
seconds to load during conferences.
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