How can I have only myself as moderator?

I have no knowledge of coding or anything sinmilar and just want to use Jitsi for online teaching but I can’t allow my students to have moderator controls such as activating and disactivating other users’ mics and cameras and especially being able to expel other users. Is it posssible for these functions to be available only to myself?

Not on, sorry. This is possible by maintaining your own deployment.
At the moment when someone is muted or kicked information who did it is also available.

Does that mean that to be able to do that I need to download the software onto my own computer? Is it a very complicated proocess for someone who is not technical?

Well, it needs knowledge in Linux, DNS, firewall and port forwarding as a beginning…

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Not for me then. Thanks anyway. :slight_smile:


While the software supports a mode with only one moderator, the public service is not configured to use it. You will have
to create your own deployment.


How can I create my own deployment?

One of the easiest ways it to follow this guide for debian:


Okay. Too much for me but thanks anyway.

I’m a windows server user… how can i exactly do what the TE want to do?

One moderator only!
|-> mute/unmute
|-> kick user
|-> gives permission to activate video transmission

Hi, @Boris_Grozev
How actually I can configure my on-premise Jitsi-meet deployment to use only one moderator?
Manual or other documentation is appreciated.