New Updates for Zoom Connector for Cisco/Polycom Follow

Upcoming Release

Details about upcoming releases will be posted as they become available. 


Current Release

July 6, 2018

  • Minor enhancements
  • Bug fixes

Previous Release

June 7, 2018

  • Fixed an issue where calendar appointments were not appearing or the join button was not available at start time
  • Fixed an issue with duplicate events appearing after deletion
  • Fixed the API connector high availability deployment
  • Fixed a case for H.323 Gatekeeper custom value on Polycom Group Series endpoints
  • Improvements for Exchange on-premise calendaring interoperability
  • Improvements for Polycom Trio interoperability, stability, and connectivity 
  • Improvements for Cisco endpoint interoperability, stability, and connectivity
  • Improvements for API connector stability and connectivity

May 20, 2018

  • Fixed an issue with the call state not being recognized when the HDX is in sleep mode
  • Simplified a case with Polycom Group Series and Office 365 Calendar SIP configurations
  • Fixed an issue with Polycom Group series dialing preference when registered to a PBX service
  • Resolved an issue with Google Calendar API limits
  • Implemented calendar registration status improvements
  • Implemented a session fix for Cisco endpoints
  • API connector status and stability improvements
  • Other bug fixes

May 25, 2017

  • Provision Polycom rooms for starting and joining Zoom meetings
    If you have an existing Polycom RealPresence (either Group Series or Debut) room system in place, you can integrate its calendaring system with Zoom. This lets you start a scheduled Zoom meeting directly from your existing hardware. You can also start an instant meeting if the room is configured with a Personal Meeting ID, or use the room to join Zoom meetings that are not on the calendar. See Polycom Interoperability with Zoom Solution Guide and Zoom Connector for Polycom for details.
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