To enhance security, authentication will be required by default for all Carleton Zoom meetings as of Aug. 29.  

Meeting hosts currently have the option to require authentication so that only users who have securely signed into their MyCarletonOne account can join, but on Aug. 29, this setting will be turned on by default. Instructors, don’t forget to remind your students to sign into their Carleton Zoom accounts before class.  

Users will be able to disable the authentication setting as needed or add known non-Carleton participants to a list of exempted users. To disable authentication on or after Aug. 29, simply toggle the “Only authenticated meeting participants and webinar attendees can join meetings and webinars” setting off in your account settings. Your meetings will no longer require authentication unless you manually enable it in a specific meeting’s security settings. You can learn more about authentication settings on our Zoom Privacy and Security page. 

If you have any questions or need support, please submit your request to the TLS Support Portal