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mohammam
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Zoom LTI Pro

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Hello,

I am getting Zoom opening up in a new tab and this pops up in my Canvas window.

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I would like Zoom to open in the Canvas Frame. Any ideas of how to fix this issue? Thank you

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Chris_Hofer
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Hello @mohammam and @heather_heyerda ...

If I recall correctly, the "approved domain" message that you are seeing when trying to access Zoom via Canvas is something that needs to be completed by your school's local Canvas administrator or someone from your school's Online Learning/eLearning department.  Whoever configured the Zoom LTI app integration with Canvas would be the one to talk with about this.  Once your school's Canvas domain has been added to the Zoom configuration, that message should go away from within your course(s).  Here is a document I found on the Zoom Marketplace that explains this in more detail --> Configuring LTI Pro – Zoom Support.  Scroll to the very bottom and have your local Canvas admin check to see that the domain is listed as in the example under "Configure Approved Domains".

I hope this will help both of you a bit.  Take care, stay safe, and be well.

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heather_heyerda
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I'm getting the same thing and have the same question!

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Chris_Hofer
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Hello @mohammam and @heather_heyerda ...

If I recall correctly, the "approved domain" message that you are seeing when trying to access Zoom via Canvas is something that needs to be completed by your school's local Canvas administrator or someone from your school's Online Learning/eLearning department.  Whoever configured the Zoom LTI app integration with Canvas would be the one to talk with about this.  Once your school's Canvas domain has been added to the Zoom configuration, that message should go away from within your course(s).  Here is a document I found on the Zoom Marketplace that explains this in more detail --> Configuring LTI Pro – Zoom Support.  Scroll to the very bottom and have your local Canvas admin check to see that the domain is listed as in the example under "Configure Approved Domains".

I hope this will help both of you a bit.  Take care, stay safe, and be well.

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erik_gustafson
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Has anyone got this work? 

I had our IT department add our domain to the Approved Domains section, but I am still getting the LTI opening in a new tab.

 

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Erik

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Hello, 

Did you ever get a reply to your question?  I also would like to set up the Zoom LTI to open in the same course content window to show the scheduled Zoom meetings.  I can't find a way to make this happen.  Thank you!

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