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New updates for April 30, 2020 Follow

Note: The information in the past release notes may have been superseded by subsequent release notes. Please review all current release notes carefully.

New updates for the Zoom client 

For full notes including version numbers, please see the operating system release notes. 
Windows | macOS | Linux | iOS* | Android

*The iOS release requires Apple approval and may take a few additional days to appear in the App Store.

New and enhanced features

  • Support for setting to disable Personal Meeting ID (PMI) - Windows, macOS, Linux, iOS, Android
    Client version 5.0.1 will support the web setting to disable the use of Personal Meeting ID (PMI). This web setting will be released on May 3, 2020. 
  • Record individual speakers when recording locally - Linux
    Choose the option Record audio track for each speaker on the Recording Location tab of the Settings page in the client to create separate audio recording files, each isolating the audio of each speaker. If you do not choose this option, a single recording file mixes the audio of all speakers.

Resolved issues

  • Minor bug fixes - Windows, macOS, Linux, iOS, Android

New updates for the Outlook plugin

For full notes including the version number, please see the operating system release notes

New and enhanced features

  • Support for setting to disable Personal Meeting ID (PMI) - Windows, macOS
    The Outlook plugin will now support the web setting to disable the use of Personal Meeting ID (PMI). This web setting will be released on May 3, 2020.

New updates for the Virtual Room Connector Load Balancer

For full notes including the version number, please see the operating system release notes

New and enhanced features

  • Upgraded Virtual Machine Based Operating System
    The Meeting Connector now runs on CentOS 7.6. Since the virtual machine operating system has been updated, we recommend redeploying the virtual machine with the latest image.

Resolved Issues

  • Resolved Issues

New Updates for Virtual Desktop Infrastructure (VDI)

Changes to existing features 

  • OpenSSL Update
    OpenSSL has been upgraded to the latest version. 

New and enhanced features

  • AES 256-bit GCM encryption
    Zoom is upgrading to the AES 256-bit GCM encryption standard, which offers increased protection of your meeting data in transit and resistance against tampering. This provides confidentiality and integrity assurances on your Zoom Meeting, Zoom Video Webinar, and Zoom Phone data. This version of Zoom for Virtual Desktop will support GCM encryption when it is automatically enabled for all accounts on May 30.

Resolved issues

  • Security enhancements
  • Minor bug fixes

New Updates for the Cloud Room Connector

Version: 4.4.6259.20200430

Resolved issues

  • Issues entering meeting passwords when joining from a codec
    Resolve issues where codecs were prompted to re-enter the meeting ID after entering the passcode for a meeting.
  • Audio issues with Cisco Jabber devices joining via SIP.
    Resolves issues with certain Cisco Jabber configurations, where after joining via SIP, the codec would drop audio after 15 minutes.
  • Security enhancements
  • Minor bug fixes

New Updates for the Meeting Connector

New and enhanced features

  • New initial password generation
    When deploying a new Meeting Connector virtual machine, for extra security, the initial password will be randomly generated. We do recommend still changing the admin password after initial deployment.
  • Admin authentication required for password changes
    If an admin changes the password for any of the users of the web console, they will be prompted to re-authenticate before the change is finalized.

Resolved issues

  • Security enhancements
  • Minor bug fixes