I'm using BTOE on my VVX 500. Primary device is set to Handset on Lync. Whenever I dial out from Lync client, the phone crashes and reboots and Lync shows "This call can only be controlled from your desk phone." Is this a known issue?
OS: Windows 7 SP1 with firewall disabled
Lync version: 4.0.7577.0
BTOE version: 2.1.0
VVX 500: 126.96.36.19910
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The only issue that I know off is when the Phone does not have a valid NTP server set and the phone crashes due being unable to verify it's time.
Other than that you need to gather the BToE logs and phone logs and work with your Polycom reseller.
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Thanks for your response. I got it working now. In my environment, Windows Domain and Lync logon are using different format. When BTOE is enabled and the phone is paired, it's trying to use my Windows logon. The issue was fixed by sign off on the phone, and sign back in using the correct format.