The onboarding process covers everything required to add a device into the system.
These steps assume that you already have access to Poly Lens and have at least one account available for the device.
There are multiple options for onboarding devices into Poly Lens:
Provisioning Based Onboarding - Best option for onboarding large fleets of devices. Ideal when managing setting policies and pushing software updates to groups of devices. This method also allows access to more device configurations.
- Onboard a Single Voice Device using Provisioning - To register a voice device one at a time into Poly Lens, working with the device system web interface.
- Onboard Voice Devices via Provisioning via DHCP Auto Discovery - To bulk onboard a group of voice devices into Poly Lens.
- Onboard Single Video Device using Provisioning - To register a video device one at a time into Poly Lens, working with the device system web interface.
- Onboard Video Devices via the DHCP Auto Discovery - Use DHCP to automatically register your video devices to a provisioning server.
- Onboard a Studio USB Device using Provisioning - To register a Studio USB device in to Poly Lens.
PIN/QR Code Onboarding - Best option for onboarding an individual device. Ideal when managing a few devices or during device evaluations. Policy-based management is not supported for devices registered this manner.
- Onboard a New Voice Device with a PIN/Registration Code - Quick and simple way to register a single new voice device into Poly Lens using a PIN/Registration code.
- Onboard a New Video Device with a QR/PIN Code - Quick and simple way to register a single new video device into Poly Lens using a QR/PIN code.
- Onboard a Video Device Already In-Use with PIN/Registration Key - If you have an existing Poly video device that you would like to register with Poly Lens.