Remote access in iframe

Remote access is possible , when host and another join call using iframe.

Correct:

Thanks,
Tommy

@Michael_Purnell
(Web SDK version 1.6.0 is now live):

We are implementing with Web SDK version 1.6.0, but remote access control feature is not visible. Could you please suggest.

Thanks,
Gourav Pal

Hi @gourav,

When someone is sharing a screen, you don’t see the “Request Remote Control” feature?

Do you see any errors within the console log of your bowsers dev tools?

Thanks

Hi @Michael_Purnell,
When someone is sharing a screen, i don’t see the “Request Remote Control” feature. Please check attached screenshot.

Yes, i see errors in browser console log. Please check attached screenshot.

I am implementing Web SDK version 1.6.0 in below post. Please suggest

Thanks,
Gourav Pal

Hi @gourav,

Is this a meeting or Webinar? If this is a Webinar you must be either the host or co-host. If its a meeting can you provide the meeting ID?

Thanks

Hi @Michael_Purnell,
This is a meeting.
Meeting ID: 9230758083

Thanks

Hi @gourav,

The screen that is currently sharing, what OS is it using? If it’s Mac please make sure, accessibility is enabled[1].
Also, please make sure that you have Remote Control enabled within your account settings as well.

1- https://support.zoom.us/hc/en-us/articles/360016688031

Let us know if this works for you.

Thanks

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Hi @Michael_Purnell,
Below is my OS detail:
NAME=“Linux Mint”
VERSION=“18.3 (Sylvia)”

I have already Remote Control enabled within my account settings as well. Please check attach screenshot.

Currently, i’m trying on my local environment and my browser is google chrome.
It is not working for my side . Please suggest for any changes for my side.
You can access my code on github using below link.
Zoom-Angular-Remote-Access
Thanks

Hey @gourav,

Can you try using https?

You can use a free service like ngrok.io to turn localhost into an secure https server.

Check out this thread which fixed issues for others when serving over https.

Thanks,
Tommy