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If your institution, like ours, pays for Microsoft Teams or Zoom automated transcription -- perhaps to help with accessibility -- you may have wondered if you can use the service to create NVivo Transcripts. We've found the Teams transcripts to be superior to other automated services. And because Teams knows the speaker names, it can automagically separate out speakers, which is really useful. Zoom does the same. But of course NVivo doesn't currently support either's transcript formats. So we've written a utility that converts the VTT files created by Teams and Zoom into a format that NVivo can import. It does some other stuff too, like combining lines together for easy coding. That's here: https://securityessentials.github.io/Teams2NVivo/ Enjoy! - Charles
We recently paid QSR several thousand dollars for a few dozen licenses to connect to Nvivo for Teams, otherwise known as Nvivo Server. The whole reason for this was to allow our domain users the ability to create their own projects on the new Nvivo Server system, and then self-service add their own contributors, readers, and fellow owners. Unfortunately, as of a few days ago, this stopped working entirely for all new projects they are creating. Instead they get the following error immediately after pressing apply or ok, having added a user to a project. For search engine purposes, I'll transcribe: Transaction Failure Your action did not succeed, due to the following error: The SELECT permission was denied on the object 'server_principals', database 'mssqlsystemresource', schema 'sys'. I have already opened a ticket with QSR support [ ref:_00D2820aRK._5002y4Cmnq:ref ] but suppot is apparently based in Australia, and I'm in the USA central time zone. Support is... not speedy. I have upset users who want to collaborate with Nvivo. I don't suppose any other sysadmins have run into a SQL error like this?