We have virtual classrooms, so it’s important to restrict the entry to the meetings and enforce the username.
Following previous posts in this forum and the documentation we use the “add registrant to meeting” endpoint to generate a whitelist of “users” (the email addresses are produced by student data, but non-existent), automatically approve them and setting the registration to manual after.
But when the link is used by the student (redirected by our platform) while also authenticated in the desktop client or in zoom.us (with their own personal account or any external to us), the external authenticated user can enter the meeting after zoom asks for a username (username change in meeting is globally disabled).
Because of this we can’t take attendance by matching the user ID and we can’t enforce the username of the students.
Everything is done through the API by our platform, only the teachers are zoom users (custCreate) under our business account.
Which App Type (OAuth / Chatbot / JWT / Webhook)?