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I am conducting GotoMeeting to conduct online meetings and I have disabled the recording option. I would like to know if there is anyway to prevent the participants use any screen recording software.

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tl;dr Probably not.

I highly doubt that there are implementations in place to mitigate the risk of MUC participants recording a GoToMeeting session with a program like FRAPS (as an example), simply because you - the facilitator does not have control over the participant's systems.

Even if you're using a program like ESXi to manage VMs in-house, an individual can still deploy prepackaged, portable applications which facilitate both audio, and video recording.

What you CAN do is:

  • Ensure that all discussions within the GoToMeeting session follow a predefined code of conduct
  • Require the signing of a Non-Disclosure Agreement (NDA) with participants
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Thanks - I was expecting the same, but still wanted to make sure of it. – Praveen Sripati Jan 6 '13 at 3:49

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