Managing GTm Family GTm releasesLast updated September 17, 2018
These release notes provide you with information about the latest upgrade to StarLeaf GTm. This is a feature release and is effective from November 2017.
Version 1.2.11 does not support GTm 5220. If you have a GTm 5220, contact StarLeaf technical support to upgrade to GTm 5250.
GTm administrators who want to manage their endpoints on the StarLeaf Maestro management platform can contact StarLeaf support for help and information on setting up an account. You need to enable Maestro access on the endpoint through the web interface and re-configure the appropriate settings, including Skype credentials and applied certificates.
For more information about configuring the GTm through the Maestro management platform, start here: Introduction to Maestro.
To upgrade the GTm:
- For Maestro managed GTm, refer to Meeting room management
- If you are not using Maestro to manage your GTm systems, contact StarLeaf Technical Support
New features in StarLeaf GTm version 1.2.11:
Bug fixes effective in StarLeaf GTm version 1.2.11:
|7873||If the GTm is already in a call, you can no longer initiate another call (and thereby cause unexpected behavior) by pressing the green ‘join now’ button|
|9471||Muting the GTm from a PC Skype for Business/Lync client in a conference causes the mute state to be reflected on the GTm touch panel and also by the microphone. That is, the mute buttons will be lit appropriately|
|10284||In previous versions, under certain network conditions the GTm signed out of Skype for Business/Lync and could not sign back in. GTm version 1.2.11 fixes this issue|
|10367||In previous versions, a GTm trying to dial certain PSTN numbers that are associated with Skype for Business users would make a video call instead of making a PSTN call. GTm version 1.2.11 fixes this issue|
|13279||GTm 5140: Version 1.2.11 enforces the connection of the Logitech Brio camera to a USB 2.0 connector. The GTm provides both USB 2.0 and USB 3.0 connectors; the Logitech Brio will only function correctly when connected to a USB 2.0 connector. For more information about the connectors, refer to About the GTm 5140 codec|
|13421||Removing participants from a scheduled conference no longer causes the occasional momentary and incorrectly named appearance of a recently removed participant|
|13614||In previous releases, the GTm could stop receiving content when a point-to-point call that included shared content was escalated into a three-way ad hoc conference. GTm version 1.2.11 fixes this issue|
|13809||GTm ECAPI will now always fetch every page of requested contacts immediately|
|The GTm display now supports Chinese (Traditional and Simplified), Korean, Japanese, and middle-eastern characters in displayed text.
The recent calls list on GTm also now supports these characters
|14116||GTm 5250 now controls the PTZ camera with smoother movements|
|14224||In previous versions, under certain conditions, the self view could disappear from the GTm display when a conference layout changed. GTm version 1.2.11 fixes this issue|
|14237||You can now disable Video-based Screen Sharing (VBSS) through Maestro. Disabling VBSS will cause the GTm to use RDP for sharing content|
|In previous versions, under certain conditions, the GTm could require a restart before being able to make calls. GTm version 1.2.11 fixes this issue|
|14381||In previous versions, under certain conditions, a user was unable to answer a PSTN call to a GTm. GTm version 1.2.11 fixes this issue|
|14482||In previous versions, the web user interface of the GTm could report the GTm state as ‘connecting’ and not change from that state. GTm version 1.2.11 fixes this issue|
|14700||Wireless sharing devices now behave as expected when reconnected after previously being disconnected whilst operating|