We have just recentyl purchased a Polycom CX5100, to use for video conferences with Skype. I got a question from one of our employees: is it possible to use the Polycom CX5100 for a video conference where the meeting is set up via Webex? It would be a situation where one of our employees would be invited to a video conferenece from e.g. one of our clients (i.e. we don't hose the conference ourselves). So, does anyone know if this is possible?
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The CX5100 and the CX5500 are optimized for LYNC / Skype for Business clients and any other application may only be able to use the active speaker camera feed but not the whole room.
Usually the Release Notes and/or the Admin Guide list any additional tested services.
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I just tested my Polycom CX5500 with WebEx. It works as a static camera, but does not follow the active speaker like it does in Skype For Business.