Zoom Advanced Setting Guide

Deploy and configure advanced Zoom functionalities including single sign-on, branding, on-premise deployment, and virtual desktop infrastructure using these support resources for getting started, configuration and troubleshooting.

Single Sign-On (SSO)

Single sign-on (SSO) allows users to log in to Zoom using their company credentials and login information. Use these support articles to configure Zoom sign in with SSO and troubleshoot SSO login issues.



With Zoom’s On-Premise deployments, organizations can deploy meeting, recording, and room connector servers within their network for hosting meetings. Use these support articles to learn more about meeting connectors, on-premise configuration and virtual room connectors.

Meeting Connector

The Zoom Meeting Connectors allow organizations to set up meeting servers within their network environment. Use these support articles to deploy your meeting connector for your organization.

On-Premise Configuration

For advanced network configurations, as well as information on managing and troubleshooting your on-premise appliances, use these technical articles and resources.


Virtual Room Connector

Additional On-Premise Deployments


Virtual Desktop Infrastructure (VDI)

Virtual desktop infrastructure (VDI) is a technology that uses virtual machines to provide and manage virtual desktops. Use these support resources to get started with and configure VDI as well as troubleshoot issues you are experiencing.

Getting Started with VDI

Virtual desktop infrastructure (VDI) is a server-based computing model that allows you to deliver a desktop image to an endpoint device. Users can then access the operating system and applications on that endpoint. Use these support articles to get started with VDI.

Settings and Configuration for VDI

Virtual desktop infrastructure (VDI) downloads allows you to access the compatible plugins for the latest VDI release. Plugins are only optimized for Zoom Meetings unless the “(Phone and Meetings)” text appears next to them. Use these support articles to implement Zoom VDI settings and configuration.

Troubleshooting VDI