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Multiple hosts on same account


I work for a charity. We frequently hold meetings where a different person will host the meeting but sign in on the single Zoom account from different devices (the email address and password have been shared by agreement).


However sometimes Zoom detects a sign in from a different device and people are asked for a sign in code. However not everyone who is hosting has access to the email account itself and when they can't always contact the person who has that email account they are unable to host the meeting. In our situation this is not ideal.


Is there a solution to this issue.



If you're referring to hosting multiple websites or applications on the same hosting account, it's possible depending on the hosting provider and the type of hosting plan you have. Here are a few scenarios:

  1. Shared Hosting: With shared hosting, you typically have one hosting account that allows you to host multiple websites or applications. Each website or application will have its own directory or folder within your hosting account. You can set up separate domains or subdomains to point to these directories, effectively hosting multiple sites on the same account.

  2. Virtual Private Server (VPS) Hosting: In VPS hosting, you have a virtual server that offers more control and resources than shared hosting. With a VPS, you can Chrome Web Extensions host multiple websites or applications by creating separate virtual environments or using a control panel to manage multiple domains.

  3. Dedicated Server Hosting: If you have a dedicated server, you have complete control over the server and can host multiple websites or applications on it. You can set up virtual hosts or use different IP addresses to associate each website or application with its domain.

  4. Cloud Hosting: Cloud hosting platforms often provide the flexibility to host multiple websites or applications within a single account. You can create separate instances, containers, or virtual machines to host each site/application and manage them from a centralized dashboard.

When hosting multiple sites on the same account, it's important to consider factors such as the resources allocated to each site, security measures, performance optimization, and scalability. It's also crucial to ensure that you comply with the terms and conditions of your hosting provider and that your account can handle the combined traffic and resource requirements of all the hosted sites/applications.

Note: The specific procedures and options available for hosting multiple sites on the same account may vary depending on the hosting provider and the type of hosting plan you have. It's advisable to consult with your hosting provider's documentation or support for detailed instructions and assistance tailored to your specific hosting environment.......



 Had the same problem & found this, it should work!

How to disable OTP for an entire account

The one-time passcode authentication security feature is enabled by default, but admins on paid accounts can disable it for all users on the account.

  1. Sign in to the Zoom web portal as an account owner or admin.
  2. In the navigation menu, click Advanced then Security.
  3. In the Security section, click the One-Time Passcode Authentication toggle to disable it.
  4. If a verification dialog appears, click Disable to verify the change.