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  • Jitsi Problem - Are you the host? Authenticate

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    @plusone-nick said in Jitsi Problem - Are you the host? Authenticate:

    Testing Results;

    Installing with "Leave user mgmt to app" the app installs with no user auth and it has a generated user/mod already logged in
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    Installing with "Allow all user from this Cloudron"
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    and I use my Cloudron username (not the email) with my standard Cloudron password and it works

    If you are using User/Group Policies double check them as I had a similar use case with a standard user not being able to join as they did not have the right permissions

    Hope this helps!

    It certainly does! Thank you very much for investigating.

    I reinstalled and it worked right away as you mentioned, when the option to leave it to the App was selected.

    I think we will need to develop some terminology such that the difference between Cloudron (the account here) and the Cloudron instance we are running is clearly signaled.