I have an OAuth connector set up on a web-server that reliably creates meetings for a handful of colleague’s zoom users (via the Zoom API) where I was previously able to complete authorization grants and establish OAuth tokens. The last time we successfully did this was June 22nd, but now the authorization grant process no longer works, although the established OAuth tokens still work perfectly. I don’t know whether this is due to tightened security or publication status of my connector. The connector is in an unpublished state and has both development and production client IDs and secrets. The user the connector was created under is not a full developer, to the best of my knowledge.
I don’t believe it’s appropriate to expose the app to the entire world, but I do need to allow more colleagues in my department to complete authorization grants.
Any thoughts on how to pursue this?
“You cannot authorize the app / This app cannot be installed outside of the developer’s account.”
(prior to redirecting back to my webserver)
Which App Type (OAuth / Chatbot / JWT / Webhook)?
This is an OAuth app, associated with a user without full developer roles, ttbomk.
How To Reproduce (If applicable)
Steps to reproduce the behavior:
- the standard grant authorization request
- sign in to grant authorization,
- see error page with text as above