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Ashton W Independent Advisor. Hi Martha, I am an independent advisor and a Microsoft user like you, and I would be happy to help you out with this. Just to confirm, are you referring to Zoom zoom.

If so, yes it is certainly possible. Typically I have found it connects fairly easily by downloading the necessary program through the web browser. Note: This is a non-Microsoft website. The page appears to be providing accurate, safe information. Watch out for ads on the site that may advertise products frequently classified as a PUP Potentially Unwanted Products.

Thoroughly research any product advertised on the site before you decide to download and install it. I hope this has helped you. If this is not what you are looking for, or if you are able to provide specific error messages, please reply and let us know and we would be happy to look into providing some different suggestions! Regards, -Ashton. Thanks for your feedback.

How satisfied are you with this reply? Thanks for your feedback, it helps us improve the site. In reply to Ashton W’s post on March 1, Thank you Ashton. For some reason the issue disappeared on its own!!

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Zoom firewall fix.How to Unblock Zoom from the Firewall (Complete Guide)

 

Blocked numbers can be incoming numbers will be blocked from calling in and outbound phone users in your account won’t be able to dial those numbers.

You can also block all inbound calls that hide their caller ID. Admins can also block incoming external calls for Zoom Rooms and common area phones. There’s a reason video apps make you feel awkward and unfulfilled. Psychologists, computer scientists and neuroscientists say the distortions and delays inherent in video communication can end up making you feel isolated, anxious and disconnected or more than you were already. Check your Internet bandwidth using an online speed test, such as nperf, Speedtest, or Comparitech.

Contact your corporate IT department to check your WiFi hotspot. Turn off your corporate VPN if it’s not required for the meeting. Click on System and Security. Click on Windows Firewall. On the left pane, click the Restore defaults link. Click the Restore defaults button. Click Yes to confirm. Open the Start menu and search for Windows Security. Click on it. If not, tick both the checkboxes.

I have installed zoom app in Mac but it seems not let me login using my id. Every time it says that unable to connect to internet. Go to Solution. If you have a Mac – I had this issue for ages and was unable to resolve it. I finally did a little more looking, and found this StackExchange post that suggested uninstalling Zoom by using their uninstall file instead of putting the Application in the trash.

After this, I reinstalled and it successfully worked. View solution in original post. On behalf of the Zoom Community team, we wanted to thank you all for the helpful contributions made on this topic. Because of the insightful feedback shared here on this community post, we were able to create a new support article that outlines how to troubleshoot the Zoom error on macOS: You are unable to connect to Zoom.

I have a very healthy internet I am able to post the queries. Is there any settings that should be enabled? If your app stays in a “connecting” mode or has timed out due to “Network error, please try again” or “Can’t connect to our service, please check your network connection and try again” issues, it could be related to your network connection, network firewall settings, or web security gateway settings.

Hope it helps! I had the exact issue. I originally installed it on my mac for one user administrator , but zoom would not let me login network error b. Then I uninstalled and selected install for all users. Now I can login with no network error. Maybe give that a try. Hi Poonam – I’m facing the same problem and tried all things that you mentioned, still unable to connect. Let me know if you were able to find a solution. Ahhh it saved my life! I have been trying several things since last 2 weeks depending on suggestions in other forum and luckily found your comment here and it worked perfectly.

This problem has been bugging me for a long time. Finally be able to solve it, thank you so much. Thy Kingdom come! I have done 2 days almost everything that I can imgine, but finally I foud this advice. Humble thanks!!! This totally worked for me. Was experiencing the exact same issue as originally posted.

Thanks for the solution. I had visited several threads before landing on this one and tried numerous troubleshooting tips along the way. Uninstalling using the ZoomUninstaller file is the only thing that worked. Upon reinstalling all is good. Super annoying glitch but thanks so much for sharing your experience for the rest of us! Thanks so much, using the uninstall file instead of putting the Application in the trash worked.

Ekinney Listener. In response to Nafi. Thanks for the Zoom Test meeting link Nafi, with that one I get “Unable to connect” “Check to make sure you’re connected to a stable network that is not blocked by a firewall or proxy.

In response to Ekinney. In response to Erina. Just wanted to make sure you got it working too. AndreaKing Listener. None Observer. Javier Observer. Same here. Please help! KPhillips Observer. In response to yuan-stanley. Thank you so much! This worked for me too! Thank you Yuan, worked for me also. I’ve spent lots of time with this. But now it works great! DP44 Listener. Thank you so much. I had the same problem and your solution worked for me too. In response to DP McKenzie Observer.

HI, Your issue sounds similar to mine. In response to McKenzie. Hi McKenzie, Unfortunately not. Anyways, best of luck to you with it. Finally found a solution that worked, thank you! CamSan Observer. Worked perfectly, thanks! Shabnam Observer. This is the trick that worked for me.

Nothing else did. I tried many things, but this finally did the trick!!! John Observer. TomLeyden Observer. Solved my problem too! Bless you. Worked for me as well. HenrietteGruber Observer.

Did not work for me. Any other suggestions? JD67 Observer. In response to HenrietteGruber. RamonCota Observer.

In response to joeypeterson We worked on diffent approaches over weeks and then this helped: Open Finder and go to the Application folder. Load more replies.