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I'm having the exact same problem with one of our training webinar accounts. The code is being sent to an email inbox that I don't have access to. Our help desk checked the settings in Zoom admin and see that 2-factor auth is turned off, but still I'm being prompted for a code. WHY? So far, they haven't been able to figure out what's going on or how to fix this.
I've been having the same issue
You need to disable the Personal Room passcode as his instructions below
This has fixed the issue for me
"My issue was initially due to an integration with a new CRM. I worked with the support team at Zoom and they were able to resolve it. It took some troubleshooting, but everything has been working perfectly for the past 3 months. I have the communication threads saved. I believe this is what ultimately fixed the issue:
Can you please go to this link https://us02web.zoom.us/profile/setting and disable Personal Meeting ID (PMI) Passcode. Also, disable the same feature on this link https://us02web.zoom.us/meeting#/pmi/9254513183.
Once done, you may lock the setting under your account settings - https://us02web.zoom.us/account/setting and then logout and log back in to your zoom app, calendar integrations and 17hats as well.
I just checked, and none of our webinar accounts have the Personal Meeting ID (PMI) Passcode toggle enabled. That can't be the problem for us.
This is a serious problem, Zoom. Our training facilitators have actually missed webinars they were supposed to conduct for our customers because they couldn't get in to their Zoom accounts. This makes us look very bad as a company in the eyes of our customers. So many people are asking you, Zoom staff, to fix this issue, and yet we hear only crickets. Do you not care? Maybe you'll start caring when it affects your bottom line and we all flee elsewhere.
This isn't 2FA. At least, not strictly speaking.
This is the feature where if Zoom detects a "new" login for an account on a work-type-email, it will do a one-time 2FA-like code to the email on file for the account. At my workplace, those "diet 2FA" emails are getting blocked by our firewall. Yay! Features!
Our VOIP provider has a similar system, but their "diet 2FA" emails get through. It's only once per account per device, but if you can't interact with the email, it might as well be cryptolocker.
I have been able to use existing credentials to sign in on the desktop app without completing the "diet 2FA". My desktop app updated to 5.10.4, and it's still working for very basic stuff in the interim. (Schedule meetings, attend meetings)
Unfortunately, a lot of what I do, as IT, is schedule meetings for others (including extend recurring meetings that have ended) and fetch and forward attendance reports. The app does not do much for past events, except provide access to the recording URLs, nor does it generate .ICS files.