Regarding the impending security changes as described here – https://medium.com/zoom-developer-blog/required-passwords-and-your-zoom-integration-1c02828c5e68
Regarding the API, if a password isn’t specified in a create meeting request and the account/group/user settings are not such that a password will be autogenerated, will the create still succeed, but then attendees will will not be able to join the meeting?
Regarding the “Require a passsword when scheduling new meetings”, I read that when that is set and locked, Zoom will automatically create a password. Under those conditions, if a meeting is created via the API, will the password be generated and returned in the response? And if the “Embed password in invite link for one-click join” is turned on will an encrypted version of the auto-generated password be included in the link?
Also regarding the same setting, It says “The Personal Meeting ID (PMI) meetings are not included.” Is there a way to get Zoom to autogenerate passwords for PMI meetings when the PMI option is turned on for the user, perhaps when the “Require a password for Personal Meeting ID (PMI)” is set?
Our product integrates with Zoom and schedules meetings via the create meeting API. My general goal is to enhance our create request to always get a password. What I want find it is if via the proper Zoom settings, Zoom always creates a password and always returns in in the join URL. If that’s the case, we do not have to write any code to generate passwords via the password rules for the Account.