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[Software] Trio UC Software 5.9.2 Rev AA

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[Software] Trio UC Software 5.9.2 Rev AA

What’s New for UC Software 5.9.2AA

 

This release of Polycom Unified Communications (UC) Software 5.9.2 Rev AA (5.9.2.7552 for Trio 8300 and 5.9.2.7553 for Trio 8500/8800) for the Poly Trio solution is for Open SIP, Microsoft Skype for Business, Microsoft Teams, and Zoom Room deployments and includes all the features of previous releases, important fixes, and the following new features:

 

  • FIPS 140-2 Compliance Support
  • California SB-327 Password Requirement Compliance
  • USB Pass-Through for Windows 10
  • Exchange Impersonation for Calendaring
  • Processing Non-English RealConnect Meeting Invites
  • Default SNTP Server for Microsoft Teams Base Profile
  • Bluetooth Device Audio Settings
  • Limit for Paired Bluetooth Devices

Poly frequently provides software updates with new features and recommends that you regularly update the software on your Poly Trio devices for the best performance and experience.

 

FIPS 140-2 Compliance Support

The Federal Information Processing Standard (FIPS 140-2) compliance is a cryptographic function.

You can configure Poly Trio systems to use the FIPS 140-2 compliant cryptography using the device.sec.TLS.FIPS.enabled parameter, the phone’s local interface, or the Web Configuration Utility.

California SB-327 Password Requirement Compliance

Poly Trio systems meet California SB-327 password mandates by requiring administrators to generate a new password before granting access to the system and the system web interface.

 

Important:

You can't use the default password (456) as the newly generated password.

 

If your Poly Trio system uses the default administrator password (456), the system requires you to change it to a unique password following an update to UC Software 5.9.2AA.

 

USB Pass-through for Windows 10

Users can connect a Windows 10 computer to a Poly Trio 8500 or 8800 system via a USB 2.0 cable and use the system’s microphones, speakers, and connected cameras as separate USB devices. Users can then choose to use the Poly Trio system components as USB devices for various communication clients, including Skype for Business, Microsoft Teams, Google Meet, Cisco WebEx, Zoom, and others. Users can also mirror their computer screen onto any monitors connected to a paired Poly Trio Visual+ or VisualPro system.

 

Users must install the Poly Trio Pass-through application, included in the Poly Trio software package, onto their computer before connecting the computer to the system to use this feature.

USB Pass-through is not supported in Virtual Desktop Infrastructure (VDI) environments.

The Windows 10 supported Poly Trio Pass-through application build ID is: 1.0.0.0067

 

This was introduced as a Sandbox feature in UC Software 5.9.1 Rev AA >here<

 

The only configuration required is:

<?xml version="1.0" encoding="utf-8" standalone="yes"?>
<!--Enable the feature-->
<mr mr.devicePassThrough.usb.enabled="1"/>
<!--integer number equal to 1 + (the number of Visual+ and Visual Pros to pair with)-->
<mr mr.pair.maxDevices="15"/>
<!--Optional Configuration Parameter "1080p", "720p", "540p, or "360p"-->
<mr mr.passThrough.camera.maxResolution=""/>

Exchange Impersonation for Calendaring

Poly Trio systems support Exchange Impersonation which grants Poly Trio access to multiple calendars through a single service account. Only the service account needs to log in on the system.

The system accesses the calendar associated with the Exchange account you enter in the exchange.targetMailbox parameter.

Processing Non-English RealConnect Meeting Invites

Poly Trio systems enabled with Polycom RealConnect can now process meeting details for non-English invitations and enable user to use the Join button to join meetings.

 

Default SNTP Server for Microsoft Teams Base Profile

The updated default value for the tcpIpApp.sntp.address parameter is time.windows.com for the MSTeams base profile.

 

Bluetooth Device Audio Settings

You can enable or disable the Bluetooth device audio functions without disabling Bluetooth or the Bluetooth pairing beacon altogether.

By disabling only the Bluetooth device audio, the Poly Trio system can adhere to certain security or IT requirements while maintaining Bluetooth features.

Limit for Paired Bluetooth Devices

You can set the maximum number of Bluetooth devices that users can pair with a Poly Trio system. You can also set a time limit on how long a Bluetooth device remains in the list of paired devices for the system.

 

Poly Experimental Features

Poly sometimes releases experimental features that administrators can enable and evaluate in non-production environments.

 

Note:

Experimental features are neither tested nor supported. These features might, or might not, become official features in a future release. For more information about experimental features or to provide feedback on your experience, visit the Polycom Support Community.

Poly Studio USB Video Bar

This release provides experimental support for the Poly Studio USB video bar as a USB camera when connected to a Poly Trio Visual+ accessory paired with a Poly Trio 8500 or 8800 system. However, the Poly Trio system doesn’t use the microphones and speakers of the Poly Studio USB video bar for audio.

Multiple Cameras with Poly Trio Visual+

You can connect more than one camera to a Poly Trio system paired with one or more Poly Trio Visual+ accessories. Users can choose which camera to use during a call using the Camera Controls option. You can also save presets for each connected camera and use the presets to switch between cameras; however, selecting the Home preset option will only reset the currently selected camera.

Bluetooth Device Audio Settings

You can enable or disable the Bluetooth device audio functions without disabling Bluetooth or the Bluetooth pairing beacon altogether.

By disabling only the Bluetooth device audio, the Poly Trio system can adhere to certain security or IT requirements while maintaining Bluetooth features.

 

Security Updates

Please refer to the Polycom Security Center for information about known and resolved security vulnerabilities.

 

It can be found >here<

 

Link to the previous 5.9.1 Rev AC => here <=

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