Which of the following is not true of both CUPS persistent chat rooms and CUPS ad-hoc chat rooms? (Select the best answer.)
- Neither room can be created or managed by users.
- Users cannot invite other users to a persistent room.
- The presence status of users cannot be viewed in an ad-hoc room.
- Both rooms are deleted when the last user logs out.
- Ad-hoc chat rooms allow the recording of transcripts.
Both Cisco Unified Presence (CUPS) adhoc chat rooms and persistent chat rooms can be created or managed by users. There are two types of CUPS chat rooms: adhoc and persistent. Adhoc chat rooms are temporary. Persistent chat rooms, on the other hand, are always available in CUPS, even after all users have logged out. Support for persistent chat rooms must be specifically enabled when configuring CUPS.
Persistent chat rooms, not adhoc chat rooms, enable the recording of transcripts of the discussions that occur within the room. Persistent chat rooms therefore enable users to collaborate on and store information about longterm collaborative projects by using CUPS instant messaging (IM) and Presence. CUPS maintains no records or transcripts related to the adhoc chat room.
Both adhoc chat rooms and persistent chat rooms allow users to invite other users to the room. In addition, users can view the presence status of other users in a CUPS chat room regardless of the type of chat room. However, only an adhoc chat room is deleted when the last user logs out.