We have discussed several Zoom error codes previously, but now, we are going to discuss Zoom error code 100056000. Users are getting this error code when they are going to attend a Zoom meeting. There is no official information available on the Zoom website, but after doing some research, we have collected some very useful data related to this error code. Might be, this will help you to fix this error code?
What does Zoom error code 100056000 indicate?
As per our research, Zoom error Code 100056000 indicates that the application is unable to connect to the Zoom server.
In other words, you are getting this error code because the Zoom application is failing to connect to its servers.
What Causes Zoome Error 100056000?
The error may appear due to the VPN service being enabled or the Zoom app being blocked by the antivirus application.
Plus, poor/unstable internet or server issues with the client can also be a reason.
How can you fix Zoom error code 100056000?
There is no official definition available for this error code. However, we have found that some users have fixed this issue by doing some activities, which we are going to discuss in this article.
Here is what to do to fix the Zoome error 100056000:
- Turn off your VPN.
- Update your ChromeOS.
- Disable Antivirus Software if you are using one.
Turn off your VPN
If you are using a VPN extension or application, it may cause problems in recognizing your real IP (geolocation). So you should disable your VPN extension or application when you are going to use the Zoom application. Some users found this method useful, so you may also find it useful.
Update your ChromeOS
This method also helped some users to fix the problem. They updated Chrome OS and the problem went away from their screen. So, if you are also using an older version of ChromeOS, then you can also update its version to fix Zoom error code 100056000.
- Click on the three dots at the top right corner of the screen and a list will appear.
- Drag your mouse cursor to the help section and click on the About Google Chrome option.
- Now, if your Chrome is not updated, it starts updating, and finally, you will see that your Chrome OS is up to date.
Disable Antivirus Software
if you are using Antivirus software on your system then you should disable it to prevent the Zoom error code 100056000. Sometimes an antivirus app blocks the Zoom application and prevents to use of some functionality of the application. You can disable the antivirus by following our detailed guide on this.
That’s all. If you are having the issue yet, don’t hesitate to ask Zoom support.