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Hi @abdbassip , thank you for your contribution!
I know it has been a while since you initially posted and I wanted to make sure you receive assistance in the case that you are still encountering this issue. Please try the following:
1. Uninstall Zoom application.
2. Reboot device.
3. Reinstall Zoom application >https://zoom.us/download
4. Run the downloaded installer file and follow the instructions to install
Let me know if that helps!
Zoom Community Team
I have the same issue, when the computer is not connected to the internet, connected through a poor internet connection, or connected via an unsecured AP (sometimes) and with some secure gateways. This occurs when not using zoom but there are background zoom processes. After running the ap, it leaves these processes running even after you exit the ap. They can be killed using Task Manager.
The problem is the warning popup will recur every few seconds. It persists until either a reliable internet connection is established, or the zoom processes are killed using TM. This is clearly a bug in the zoom ap.
In the real world, there are times we are not "cloud connected" including when on airplanes, and may be have flakey connections such as in hotels, airports, and other public spaces.
Regarding the boilerplate advice given, if Zoom were to fix the bug, then uninstalling/reinstalling the ap would help (i.e. getting the updated ap). We can hope. However I just updated and the bug has not been fixed (9-Sept-2022). The workaround (other than uninstalling zoom and switching to a different meeting service) is to kill all the zoom processes running in background when you are not connected to the internet or have a poor connection.
To replicate the problem, you run the zoom app, attend or host a meeting, using a good internet connection; then connect through an overloaded or otherwise flakey network and wait a while. Sometimes just disconnecting (e.g. disable Wi-Fi) will do it. If you have a solid internet connection you will never see it. If you have an intermittent connection, it will occur until you kill those background processes.
"Unable to establish secure connection to Zoom" message won't go away. I click "OK" to acknowledge the information. Box goes away and comes back in seconds. Repeats. Interferes with trying to troubleshoot the internet connection. Box should not interfere with troubleshooting the internet issue. Zoom needs to fix this so the box is not always in the way.