Configuring Pexip Infinity for One-Touch Join

This topic describes how to configure Pexip Infinity when enabling the One-Touch Join feature. It covers configuration of the various Pexip Infinity components, each described in detail in the sections that follow:

The diagram below shows (in blue) the components that are configured on Pexip Infinity and how they are related to each other. It also shows (in orange) how the Pexip Infinity components are associated with your calendar/email service — in this example we have used Google Workspace, with support for Google Meet and Pexip Service meeting types:


Before you start configuring Pexip Infinity, you must first do one of the following, depending on your calendar/email service:

Existing customers may have previously implemented One-Touch Join in a Microsoft Office 365 environment using a service account authenticated using OAuth and the EWS API. The EWS API is being deprecated by Microsoft, so we do not recommend its use for new deployments; for existing customers, these deployments are described in Adding a One-Touch Join Exchange integration on Pexip Infinity.

Next steps

You should now complete the steps in Configuring endpoints to support One-Touch Join for each endpoint.