Join a meeting
join a meeting as a guest or as a registered user, depending on
the options chosen by the meeting host.
Before joining a meeting,
check the date and time shown to determine whether it is in progress.
(If the date is in the past, the meeting appears on your meeting list
under expired meetings).
If your connection to the server
fails, Adobe Connect Central displays an error message and provides
a link to the Adobe Connect Central test wizard, which leads you
through a series of steps to test your connection status.
Do one of the following:
If you have been invited to a meeting by
someone in your organization, on the Adobe Connect Home tab, click
My Meetings. In the list of meetings on the left, locate the meeting
you want to join and click Enter.
Click the URL for the meeting, most likely received
in an e-mail or instant message.
Log in to the meeting room as either a guest or an Adobe
Select Enter As A Guest. Type the name
to be used as your identifier in the meeting and click Enter Room.
Select Enter With Your Login And Password. Enter
your login name and password. Click Enter Room.
If you are the administrator of a hosted account, Connect
displays the terms of service (ToS) by default. To log in to a meeting,
first acknowledge that you have read and agree to the ToS.
you are a user, ToS is not displayed for hosted accounts. You can
log in to a meeting before the ToS expires even if the administrator
hasn’t accepted the ToS yet.
For shared site accounts, the
ToS are displayed when you first log in to Connect either as an
administrator or a user. To proceed, acknowledge that you have read and
agree to the ToS. Select the check box on the screen to indicate
that you have read and agree to the ToS and Adobe Online Privacy
If the administrator for your meeting has activated
client-side certificates, the Select Certificate dialog box appears
when you attempt to enter a meeting, prompting you to select a certificate
to verify your identity. An administrator may have enabled a compliance
(For more information, see
Working with compliance and control settings