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We have a specific customer whose meetings are created with a password but the response payload from the API is returned without a password. My goal is for Zoom to pass meeting passwords through the API and not have to worry about password creation. This currently works for type 1.
 
 

Password change after the meeting is created – API and Webhooks – Zoom Developer Forum.

 
We have a specific customer whose meetings are created with a password but the response payload from the API is returned without a password. To host a scheduled meeting as a non-login user, you will need to retrieve the following two values from the REST API: For User ID, you can pass your email. security — Use this query parameter to view the account’s security settings. For example, password requirements for user login or two-factor authentication.

 

– Meeting without passcode despite user settings – API and Webhooks – Zoom Developer Forum

 
Description We have a web app that creates meetings for our customers using their zoom account.

 
 

Windows SDK API Reference: IMeetingPasswordAndScreenNameHandler Class Reference.Created type 2 meetings don’t return password – API and Webhooks – Zoom Developer Forum

 
 

Meetings are being created without password. Password not being required when scheduling a meeting via API despite user setting. Hi tommy! Thanks for all the help! Hey moogway , Happy to help!

The password update actually changed, you can review the new plan here: Thanks, Tommy. Looking forward to your response. Is that a correct assumption? Your JWT app will only have access to your Zoom account’s information. You can also use the me keyword instead of the userId value. To get information about a user with a user-level OAuth app, the app must have the user:read scope.

While the URL for the request is the same, the behavior of userId value is different from an account-level apps. Instead of providing a user’s userId or email address, you must use the me keyword as the value of the userId path parameter.

Otherwise, your app will receive an invalid token error. Server-to-Server OAuth apps also use scopes. You wouldn’t use the me keyword with this app type; you must provide a userId or email address.

See Server-to-Server authentication for details. You can use the me keyword in place of the userId keyword in any supported API call. When you use the me keyword, the API call uses the authenticated user’s access token. Some users may have permissions to access create, read, update, or delete information associated with other users on Zoom accounts. For example, the Schedule Privilege enables users to assign other users on their account to schedule meetings on their behalf.

As an immediate workaround I have turned off recording passwords on the account, however another option would be to patch the recording settings and set a random password. It will be provided in the email that is generated when your recording finished processing, as well as in your recordings page.

It would be nice if the recording passcode worked similarly to the meeting passcode, where it can be passed encrypted as a query parameter. Hey richard. Based on your use case, it does sound like this is our Scenario 6 outlined here :.

While this is expected behavior, I do appreciate the feedback that this may seem a bit unexpected. If you have further questions about any of these scenarios, just let me know.

This means I need to follow passcode requirements. The customer has shown us that his account security settings require a password for all meetings. Thanks for sharing that. Thanks Will! However the situation here seems to be different than the expected result, since while we do not get the password in the API response, and the join link does not contain it either, when trying to connect to the meeting it does require a password which we do not know… Is it possible that the password is applied for the meeting but simply not returned in the response?

If so would calling the GET endpoint for the meeting retrieve the password? Thanks so much for clarifying that, and my apologies for not catching that before.

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