Using OCS 2007 R2 and Live Meeting 2007, is it possible to generate your own launch.rtc files? RRS feed

  • Question

  • By default, when inviting users to a self-hosted Live Meeting, the format of the URI is meet:sip:... when sending out a Microsoft-hosted Live Meeting, there's a nice webpage link instead that downloads a launch.rtc file which Live Meeting uses.   Is there a way to create my own launch.rtc files?  I tried hacking up one of Microsoft's with a text editor and populating it with my own meeting information, but that didn't quite work.  I could write a little web .NET app that would generate these for me if I could just get the format right.  Has anyone done this?
    Tuesday, June 23, 2009 5:34 PM

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  • OCS requires the meet:sip URL, there is no info on .rtc files available
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    Tuesday, June 23, 2009 10:49 PM
  • I can't find any info, but I know the RTC format from the hosted livemeetings looks like this:

    <Param authTicket ="" />
    <Param customAiccSid ="" />
    <Param customExtra1 ="" />   
    <Param customExtra2 ="" />
    <Param customExtra3 ="" />
    <Param customSource ="" />
    <Param isLobby = ""/>
    <Param role = "attend"/>
    <Param meetingEndTime ="Tue Mar 03 09:00:00 PST 2009" />
    <Param meetingID ="" />
    <Param meetingPassword ="" />
    <Param meetingStartTime ="Tue Mar 03 08:00:00 PST 2009" />
    <Param meetingSubject ="" />
    <Param recordingAgreement ="" />
    <Param startURI ="" />
    <Param required-media ="DATA" />
    <Param userCompany ="" />
    <Param userDisplayName ="" />
    <Param userEmail ="" />

    If you save that into a file and call it launch.rtc, the file is attributed to the Livemeeting client, I just didn't know if anyone had figured out a way to take your meet:sip and conference info and paste it in there and get it to work successfully. 
    Wednesday, June 24, 2009 7:29 PM
  • Bump, just in case anyone has played with this or tried to play with this.
    Monday, July 6, 2009 4:28 PM