Cisco Meeting Server

June 10, 2019

These release notes describe the new features, improvements and changes in release 2.4 of the Cisco Meeting Server software. The Cisco Meeting Server software can be hosted on: n the Cisco Meeting Server 2000, a UCS 5108 chassis with 8 B200 blades and the Meeting Server software pre-installed as the sole application. n the Cisco Meeting Server 1000, a Cisco UCS server preconfigured with VMware and the Cisco Meeting Server installed as a VM deployment. n the Acano X-Series hardware. n or on a specification-based VM server. Note: From version 2.4 Meeting Server software no longer supports Microsoft Hyper-V.

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