I have recently upgraded my fleet of Trio 8800 units, some with Visual+ pairing and others with not, from 126.96.36.19998 to 188.8.131.5219.
All units took the upgrade and upgraded sucessfully, however I have a few units that will not log into SFBO using the same configuration issued from RPRM when it was working on the 5.9.0 release.
My workaround at this time is to downgrade the affected units to 184.108.40.20698 to get them to log in and work with SFBO again.
All devices are logging into the same O365 Tenant. The only upcoming change I can see is the upcoming OAuth 2.0 via 3rd part Azue Application ID, however this isn't required until Jan 15, 2020.
I have 17 units that are working just fine, however 4 of them cannot log into SFBO when on on 220.127.116.1119.
Has anyone else experienced this issue?
Hello @SR_MCSE ,
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did you perform the needed steps for OAuth2.0 like it is described here:
If not, I would do it. I had similar issue after an update, OAuth solved it.