Actually, we can’t use a personal meeting id, because, the zoom-client that we have developed using the Windows SDK, runs in an automated environment, which is being used by our customers to join their zoom-meetings. Our zoom-client gets the meeting-URL as a parameter, from which we extract the vanityID and provide that as a parameter to zoom sdk. So, if someone has provided personal-link as meeting-url, we don’t know how to get the personal-meeting-id of it through sdk or apis.
Also, 1 more observation, this issue is only faced with my personal link and not with any other personal links that we have observed. It might be due to the fact, that my user was migrated from 1 organization to another. I’ll send my personal link to you through dev support email
So, if there is any parameter other than vanityId, which I might be missing and which needs to be provided to sdk to join a personal-link url without any ambiguity, that would be great.
Otherwise, if there is any API, which can resolve the personal meeting id from a personal link url, that would work as well