Straight forward ad-hoc conference scenario that I will try to keep simple:
"Phone A" calls "Phone B" then "Phone A" conferences "Phone C" in. "Phone B" tries to conference in "Phone D, but gets a "Key not Active" error when pressing the softkey to bring the call into conference. Is this by design? Does "Phone A" have to bring "Phone D" in since "A" initiated the original bridge? Or is there a misconfigured setting in my CM?
If you want other users to have conference control, you can enable the Advanced Ad Hoc Conference Enabled Required Field Service Parameter. This changes the behavior of all ad hoc conferences on the cluster.
Advanced Ad Hoc conference features include the ability for conference participants other than the conference controller to add new participants to an existing Ad Hoc conference, the ability for any non-controller conference participant to drop other participants from the conference via the ConfList and RmLstC softkey, and whether Ad Hoc conferences can be linked together using features such as conference, join, direct transfer, and transfer. Valid values specify True (allow advanced Ad Hoc conference features) or False (do not allow advanced Ad Hoc conference features).
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