There's not a way to completely remove moderator passcodes, but you could set meetings up to not require a moderator when scheduling so that users would only have to enter their meeting ID. You can find information on enabling this here: https://support.bluejeans.com/knowledge/moderator-less-meeting.
Please let me know if there's anything else I can help with.
Erin - BlueJeans Support
Hmm. I feel like there is still some confusion here. Normal meeting participants DO NOT need to enter a passcode to enter a meeting, ever. The passcode is always optional to join a meeting. If entered, it will give that user the right to mute others' video and audio and to start a Bluejeans recording. The same is true for both moderated meetings and moderatorless meetings - no passcodes are ever needed by the average participant to join the meeting.
In a "moderator required" meeting, it is true that someone with a passcode must connect in order to allow users to communicate in the space, but others who join that same meeting DO NOT need passcodes. I always use "moderatorless" meetings because it allows any two individuals who join to begin communicating at that time. Passcodes only function give a participant elevated rights, and only one (1) person needs to have elevated rights in a "moderator required" meeting.