Is there any way to remove the "Invitees" section from MPE 2.0 scheduling page?
I have a customer that doesn't like the fact that the directory only shows people who have logged into MPE and created their profile. They ideally would like it to automagically show everyone in CallManager. We discussed doing a bulk import/profile creation of all the callmanager users, but they don't want to have another directory to maintain. So they've decided that they would like to not give the users the option of seeing the directory at all, which means removing the invitee section from the schedule meeting page. They had conference connection before, so all their users are used to cutting and pasting meeting invite info into a separate email to everyone.
Is there a Cisco approved way to remove "invitees"? I didn't see anything in the interface customization section that would do it. I'm sure there's a way to dig and modify CSS files or HTML files of the page itself, but i'd rather not give them anything that's not Cisco/TAC approved.
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