Zoom - Add Domain Based Authentication to Scheduled Meetings

Last Updated: 08/12/2020
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Overview

OIT has enabled the option to only allow CU Boulder account holders to join meetings. When this authentication option is enabled, only users with an @colorado.edu account will be allowed to join. You can set this up for all future meetings, as well as add to individual existing meetings

Please note: If you plan on having users outside of the university join your meeting, you will not want to enable this form of authentication as they will not be able to join. Please ensure this setting is not selected when scheduling that type of meeting.

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Adding Authentication to Future Scheduled Meetings

Navigate to https://cuboulder.zoom.us/ and choose Login with CU IdentiKey.

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After logging in, select Settings on the left hand side of the screen.

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Scroll down and select Only authenticated users can join checkbox. Once enabled, you will see two options appear; Sign in to Zoom and CU Boulder.

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To apply the changes, sign out of your Zoom desktop application.

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Once signed out, log back in to your desktop application. Click Sign in with SSO then enter your Identikey credentials as you normally would.

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Once signed in, click Schedule to schedule a meeting. Under Advanced Options, select the Only authenticated users can join checkbox then choose CU Boulder from the drop down. 

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Adding Authentication to Existing Meetings

Navigate to https://cuboulder.zoom.us/ and choose Login with CU IdentiKey. Once logged in, select Meetings on the left hand side of the screen.

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Navigate to the meeting you would like to modify and select the meeting topic to edit the meeting properties.

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Scroll down and click Edit this Meeting.

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Scroll down to Meeting Options and select Only Authenticated users can join. Choose CU Boulder from the drop down menu.