Introduction

These release notes provide you with information about the latest upgrade to StarLeaf GTm. This is a feature release and is effective from August 2017.

Version 1.2.3 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.

Installation and documentation

For information about physically installing the GTm 5250, refer to the GTm 5250 Installation Sheet and to How to install GTm 5250.

For information about physically installing the GTm 5140 Huddle, refer to the GTm 5140 Installation Sheet and to How to install GTm 5140.

Upgrading the GTm

To upgrade the GTm:

New features

New features in StarLeaf GTm version 1.2.3:

Feature Description
GTm 5140 HDMI audio

Installation of the GTm 5140 no longer requires the use of an audio injector. Audio emits from the Mini DisplayPort on the rear of the codec. Connect the Mini DisplayPort to the screen using a Mini Display Port cable, an adaptor, and an HDMI to HDMI cable (all supplied with the codec).

Note that the screens must be ON when you start the GTm, otherwise HDMI audio will not work

For information about physically installing the GTm 5140 Huddle, refer to the GTm 5140 Installation Sheet and to How to install GTm 5140.

New camera support for GTm 5140

GTm 1.2.3 introduces support for two new cameras for GTm 5140:

VHD V71
Fully described in Installing the VHD-V71 camera.

Logitech Brio

802.1x support for GTm 5250 GTm 1.2.3 introduces support for 802.1x NAC with EAP-TLS authentication for the GTm 5250. To configure this, access the web user interface of the GTm (navigate to its IP address using a browser):

For more information, refer to Configuring GTm 5250

VbSS support GTm now supports Video-based Screen Sharing. This is in addition to RDP for content in Skype for Business. The GTm will use VbSS if it is available and, where it is not, fall back to RDP
GTm 5140
wireless audio-in
GTm 5140 now supports audio-in from wireless sharing devices. This is especially useful for local presentations
Directory improvement Directory search now returns phone numbers if enterprise voice is enabled

Issues resolved

Bug fixes effective in StarLeaf GTm version1.2.3:

ID Description
6910 When in a call, if the GTm is put on hold, this will be correctly displayed on the GTm touchscreen controller
7005
12696
GTm now clears the calling screen after an attempt to dial an invalid number or string or after a failed call
11033 In previous releases, under specific circumstances, GTm 5140 did not successfully use DHCP. GTm 1.2.3 fixes this issue
11205 In previous releases, the GTm could restart unexpectedly when receiving content when in a call with a Vidyo conference. GTm 1.2.3 fixes this issue
11522 GTm now sends its local IP address to Maestro, where it is displayed
12138 In previous releases, certain PC input resolutions could cause a pink screen. GTm 1.2.3 fixes this issue
12206

Improvements in the behavior of PiP (Picture-inPicture) view on one-screen systems. If shared PC is present in a call, but the main screen view is video, the PiP is not hideable; when in a call and viewing local or shared content, you can hide the video PiP

12386 In previous releases, a software upgrade of the GTm could fail. GTm 1.2.3 fixes this issue
12440 GTm 1.2.3 provides improved security
12534 GTm 1.2.3 provides improved stability
12576 GTm now hangs up and clears the screen when in an ad hoc conference with no other participants
12674 Web interface improvements for GTm in Demo/Unmanaged mode
12961 Improvements in support for some 4K screens