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We are having the same problem and it does look like a client problem. I can not log in using the password from another organization but if i go to a browser it allows me to log in but then lose my “profile settings, backgrounds etc” Updating the client and other troubleshooting does not resolve.

Any thoughts from Zoom? Looks like clearing the cache resolves this issue. I had to enable zoom apps and then go to clear cache to access and clear. Then restart and now works. I had this similar issue today which is how I found your comment because I was invited to join a meeting and I had the correct ID and password and was logging in through my PC and it kept saying the password was incorrect but when I logged in through my tablet it allowed me to log in to the meeting. To resolve the issue you may want to have the host send you a direct invite.

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Browse Backgrounds. Register Now. Turn on suggestions. Auto-suggest helps you quickly narrow down your search results by suggesting possible matches as you type. Showing results for. Search instead for. Did you mean:. Zoom Products Meetings Password not working. Password not working. Jason Observer. I’ve tried the following: -Restarting computer -Logging out of zoom -Clearing the meeting history -Checking for updates there were none -Having the meeting host check for updates again, there were none -Clicking “don’t connect to audio” a suggestion from another user -Starting my own meeting, closing it, and trying again another suggestion from others This seems to be related to the Client itself.

Any thoughts? All forum topics Previous Topic Next Topic. RN Zoom Moderator. If my reply helped, don’t forget to click the accept as solution button! In response to RN. Sorry, maybe I didn’t expalin very clearly. I’m not the one creating the meeting I have no problems creating meetings or hosting them, even changing the password 2. It should be noted this problem has happened with longer passwords as well 3. I can clear the history which does not fix the problem as stated above 6.

In response to Jason Daisyg Listener. Merlin1 Observer. In response to Daisyg Now the platform has over million users Zoom’s chief executive put out a heartfelt blog post apologising for early security issues including the issue of Zoombombing , where people enter chats they shouldn’t have access to, with the promise to fix it and make everything secure. The result is a much more robust product that is now, in terms of security, much stronger. To make sure that only people you want to be in meetings can access them, Zoom meetings now have passwords as standard.

Previously scheduled meetings including those scheduled via your Personal Meeting ID will have passwords enabled. So you can’t now just join a meeting with the Meeting ID – you need the password number as well. If your attendees are joining via a meeting link web address and have a Zoom account there is no change.

For meetings scheduled from now on, the meeting password can be found in the invitation. And if you create an instant meeting an impromptu meet without an invitation , the password will be shown in the Zoom client in case you want others to join.

The Virtual Waiting Room has always been there, but many people have turned it off in the past. It’s now on by default, again to ensure people in the meeting are the people you actually want in the meeting. The feature is exactly as it sounds – a holding pen for people joining a meeting. The host then has to let them in when they are ready.

The downside of this is that you might not realise that people are waiting, so as a host you need to watch out for them, so make sure you keep an eye out for that.

 
 

 

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We are having the same problem and it does look like a client problem. I can not log in using the password from another organization but if i go to a browser it allows me to log in but then lose my “profile settings, backgrounds etc” Updating the client and other troubleshooting does not resolve.

Any thoughts from Zoom? Looks like clearing the cache resolves this issue. I had to enable zoom apps and then go to clear cache to access and clear. Then restart and now works. I had this similar issue today which is how I found your comment because I was invited to join a meeting and I had the correct ID and password and was logging in through my PC and it kept saying the password was incorrect but when I logged in through my tablet it allowed me to log in to the meeting.

To resolve the issue you may want to have the host send you a direct invite. Zoom Community. Supporting a Hybrid-friendly Work Environment Explore products and tools for seamless collaboration across office and home working spaces. Download Zoom Client Keep your Zoom client up to date to access the latest features. Download Center. Zoom Virtual Backgrounds Download hi-res images and animations to elevate your next Zoom meeting.

Browse Backgrounds. Register Now. Turn on suggestions. Auto-suggest helps you quickly narrow down your search results by suggesting possible matches as you type. Showing results for. Search instead for. Did you mean:. Zoom Products Meetings Password not working. Password not working. Jason Observer. I’ve tried the following: -Restarting computer -Logging out of zoom -Clearing the meeting history -Checking for updates there were none -Having the meeting host check for updates again, there were none -Clicking “don’t connect to audio” a suggestion from another user -Starting my own meeting, closing it, and trying again another suggestion from others This seems to be related to the Client itself.

Any thoughts? All forum topics Previous Topic Next Topic. RN Zoom Moderator. If my reply helped, don’t forget to click the accept as solution button! In response to RN. Sorry, maybe I didn’t expalin very clearly. I’m not the one creating the meeting I have no problems creating meetings or hosting them, even changing the password 2. It should be noted this problem has happened with longer passwords as well 3. I can clear the history which does not fix the problem as stated above 6.

In response to Jason Daisyg Listener. Merlin1 Observer. In response to Daisyg Previously scheduled meetings including those scheduled via your Personal Meeting ID will have passwords enabled. So you can’t now just join a meeting with the Meeting ID – you need the password number as well.

If your attendees are joining via a meeting link web address and have a Zoom account there is no change. For meetings scheduled from now on, the meeting password can be found in the invitation.

And if you create an instant meeting an impromptu meet without an invitation , the password will be shown in the Zoom client in case you want others to join. The Virtual Waiting Room has always been there, but many people have turned it off in the past. It’s now on by default, again to ensure people in the meeting are the people you actually want in the meeting.

The feature is exactly as it sounds – a holding pen for people joining a meeting. The host then has to let them in when they are ready. The downside of this is that you might not realise that people are waiting, so as a host you need to watch out for them, so make sure you keep an eye out for that.

To admit participants into a meeting, a host needs to select Manage Participants top right to view the full list of participants.

You can then admit individually by selecting the blue Admit button or all at once with the Admit All option. Learn more Home Apps App news.

 
 

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