I run a self-hosted Jitsi installation and installed it from the Ubuntu repositories as described in the Self-Hosting Guide for Debian/Ubuntu . After that I followed the documentation on Secure Domain setup but skip the parts for anonymous login of guests, because I want to enforce authentication even for joining an existing conference room.
After a user has logged in, the user
- may set an self-chosen alias for chatting, if the user opens the chat pane on the left
- may set an self-chosen display name and email address, if the user goes to the profile register under in the settings dialog
How can I enforce an alias, display name and email address for each user? For legal reasons and tracing I must ensure that each user is identifiable by his/her official name. I must not allow nick names and alike. I am willing to create a user account for each user manually using
prosodyctl register <username> jitsi-meet.example.com <password>.