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Re-syncing a desk phone or common area phone with the zero touch provisioning (ZTP) server Follow

Account owners and admins can view the ZTP process status for common area phones, unassigned/assigned desk phones, and ATAs when viewing the device list. They can also retry the connection to the ZTP server in the case where the first attempt failed. This is useful if a device loses connection to the ZTP server, meaning the device is not getting automatic firmware upgrades or is the provisioning process failed.

Note: You can also re-sync desk phones to pass settings from the Zoom web portal to desk phones.

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Prerequisites for re-synching a phone with the ZTP server

  • Pro, Business, or Education account
  • Account owner or admin privileges
  • Zoom Phone license 
  • Zoom Phone devices that support ZTP added or provisioned

How to re-sync a desk phone with the ZTP server

  1. Sign in to the Zoom web portal.
  2. In the navigation menu, click Phone System Management then Phones & Devices.
  3. Click the Assigned or Unassigned tab.
  4. Following one of these steps depending on if you're viewing assigned or unassigned devices:
    • Assigned: Locate an assigned device that indicates Zero Touch Provisioning not synced in the Status column. 
    • Unassigned: Click the device's display name. See if the the Status section states Zero Touch Provisioning not synced.
  5. In the Status column, click Retry.
    This will resubmit the MAC address to be resynced with the zero touch provisioning server. The process will take a few minutes to complete, please refresh the page or check back later for status.

How to re-sync a common area phone with the ZTP server

  1. Sign in to the Zoom web portal.
  2. In the navigation menu, click Phone System Management then Users & Rooms.
  3. Click the Common Area Phones tab.
  4. Locate a device that indicates Zero Touch Provisioning not synced in the Status column. 
  5. In the Status column, click Retry.
    This will resubmit the MAC address to be resynced with the zero touch provisioning server. The process will take a few minutes to complete, please refresh the page or check back later for status.