I see that Zulu 3 is fully released, https://www.sangoma.com/products/zulu/, but the documentation Wiki is very light, and I am having troubles fully implementing this exciting tool. We had Zulu 2, and it was OK I suppose, but the integration of Desktop and Mobile with Zulu 3 promises amazing functionality. Unfortunately, the user documentation is a mess. I was able to install Zulu following those directions off the Wiki just fine, however, details on how to use the software are lacking. I am running the Stable codebase, as that is what I wish to demo and “sell” to my users.
I am concerned with ESC making my changes apply. That’s backwards from GUI standards. How about an APPLY button? ESC means to escape, to cancel, to leave. APPLY means to enforce the selection.
I have about 7 or 8 bullet points that I sent to [email protected] (as directed on the Wiki) 7 days ago, and no response or acknowledgement of the message was received. May I ask who is responsible for this project, and how may we establish interactive feedback? Without a response, I might be talking to /dev/null and I have better things to do.
I’d like to try out screen sharing. What is the magic key sequence to engage it? How do I limit access to it, in order to avoid improper use? Is the screen sharing encrypted? Maybe you are taking VNC code and encapsulating it. Not sure, as the Wiki only mentions that Zulu 3 can screen share, but not how.
How is Zulu managing patch management? I have the client installed on my iPhone. When / how may I update it? How can I find out when the Desktop client is updated?
I am excited for your product launch as described https://www.sangoma.com/products/zulu/ but I am underwhelmed on how to implement it. Thus, I cannot tell my boss, or my customers, about how it works, or demonstrate it. If I missed the obvious user manual, I’ll have doughnuts delivered to Neenah.