What is Moderator Mode and how does it work?
Moderator Mode is a new feature which was added in version 2.7 of the AirServer Connect 4K UHD firmware.
It’s exclusive to AirServer Connect 4K UHD.
Moderator Mode allows a single person to determine what devices can be shown on the screen out of a list of all connected devices. This is, for example, a great way to interact with students’ own devices in a classroom environment.
How do I enable Moderator Mode?
Moderator Mode can only be enabled from Remote Management.
Log into the Remote Management.
Go to the Moderator Mode section by using the menu on the left side.
Toggle the switch under “Moderator Mode”.
How does Moderator Mode work?
After enabling Moderator Mode, every device that wants to screen mirror is put into a queue, requiring approval from the moderator. A notification will appear on-screen telling you that Moderator Approval is required. After attempting to connect, each device appears under the Pending Sessions list in the Remote management. There you can see a list of devices, showing each name and screen mirroring protocol. At the end, you can find two buttons: one to allow the device to appear on the screen and one to disconnect it.
After approving a device, it will be moved into the Active Sessions list. There you have the ability to disconnect a device that is connected by pressing Close.
I have a touchscreen connected to AirServer Connect. Can I accept a connection attempt on-screen?
If you enable the On-screen Prompt in the Moderator Mode menu, you will be able to allow or deny a screen mirroring attempt on-screen. It will be shown with a small notification window.