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How do I configure not to accept guests in meetings and start a conversation?

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If by guests you mean people outside the org? In that case it’s the org-wide setting if not allowing anonymous users to join meetings! If not there’s only the lobby setting you can configure either in the meeting policy and/or in the meeting itself

@adam deltinger , yes,  when I refer guests, I mean people outside the organization