VIDIZMO allows you to make your portal publicly accessible, this serves a brilliant use-case when you wish to make various tutorials, sessions or interactive videos available for everyone. Here is how you can do it: How to Setup Portal for Anonymous Public Access.
After integrating your VIDIZMO portal within SharePoint site and enabling anonymous access rights to your SharePoint site, there is one further step required to make your VIDIZMO portal within SharePoint anonymously accessible.
In order to give anonymous access of your SharePoint portal, you will have to run the following Powershell script for your SharePoint portal. This is because SharePoint, by default, does not allow anonymous users to query list items. Hence, you need to give "Get" permission on SharePoint List items so that anonymous users can browse VIDIZMO application within SharePoint site.
Before you proceed, read more about permission levels here.
Here is the Powershell script that you need to run on the site to give anonymous access:
$web = Get-SPWebApplication -Identity http://your web address $web.ClientCallableSettings.AnonymousRestrictedTypes.Remove( [Microsoft.SharePoint.SPList],"GetItems") $web.Update()
Now, in case you ever wish to revoke access rights for anonymous users to VIDIZMO site, here is the reciprocal Powershell script that you will be required to run on your site:
$web = Get-SPWebApplication -Identity http://your web address $web.ClientCallableSettings.AnonymousRestrictedTypes.Add( [Microsoft.SharePoint.SPList],"GetItems") $web.Update()
Read next about SharePoint integration here: How to install and configure VIDIZMO app for SharePoint.