A participant who uses a seat with Priority permissions set was not able to use the Priority button and interrupt other participants in the meeting.
The reason why this didn’t work as expected was because the system made use of the participant database in order to assign specific participants to seats.
When the system is used in this way, the permissions a participant has will overrule any seat permissions.
For example, a participant who has the Priority permissions, will have this permission at any seat where they are logged in (either by the system or for example using an NFC card). This is regardless of any permissions set on the seat.
A participant with Priority permission on a seat without Priority permission will have Priority.
A participant without Priority permission on a seat with Priority permission will not have Priority.