In our coming production release of Quicklaunch version 4.2.x.x, Zoom OAuth credentials will need to be used instead of username and password. 


Updating with UC Central requires that Quicklaunch or higher be installed in the rooms.

Warning: Depending on your Zoom configurations you may need to pre-approve the Quicklaunch app on the Zoom Admin site.


1.  Prepare existing installations for upcoming change

2.  Use Zoom Authentication Utility to generate OAuth tokens

1. Prepare existing installations for upcoming change

On all existing installations
  • Update Quicklaunch to version or higher

2.  Use Zoom Authentication Utility to generate OAuth tokens

Next, use the Zoom Authentication Utility to generate OAuth tokens for each room. Here is how you can do it:

Sign in to each Zoom account for existing installations using the following sign-in options:

  • Username/password
  • Apple
  • Facebook
  • SSO

Or, If you use SSO

  • Enter your Vanity URL prefix 
  • Click the Reload Login Page Button
  • Now you will go directly to your SSO login for each sign in 

  • Enable the "Copy refresh token" checkbox. Enter the token on UC Central. Use it on 1 Quicklaunch install only. If you sign into the utility a second time or manually through another QL install, that invalidates the first refresh token retrieved.

  • Quicklaunch will silently update its configuration when settings are published from UC Central.

See our YouTube video on this topic -

                                                                                        *** Warning*** 

This new OAuth method uses a single-use Refresh Token. Signing into a zoom account through the Zoom Auth Login Utility App or through Quicklaunch 4.2.x.x will invalidate all previous Refresh Tokens acquired for that account. Make sure to use the most recent token retrieved with the Utility as the update file you push to the import folder.

Once Quicklaunch 4.2.x.x is updated it will automatically retrieve a new Refresh Tokens while running.  Do not sign into a zoom account already signed in on a Quicklaunch 4.2.x.x installation either, in the Utility or on another Quicklaunch 4.2.x.x installation, as that will sign out the zoom account on the original Quicklaunch 4.2.x.x installation.