On Startup, you need to be connected to the Internet so the DTEN can update it's firmware/software
Easiest way to do this is to connect via hardwire or wirelessly to your Hotspot, if the Clients networks uses IPv6 for WiFi then the DTEN will most likely not be able to connect yet. You have to manually update that driver (see below)
Once that's done it will load into the Zoom Room
The DTEN must have sat in a warehouse for a while because the Zoom Room app was a very old version.
Trying to update via the Zoom Admin Portal was taking extremely long, longer than an hour, so I contacted DTEN and found out I can just download the app from Zoom.US and manually install.
You have to use the Zoom Rooms for Conference Rooms and Touchscreen Displays
Manually Install per usual and you should have the DTEN up to date so it can connect to the existing Zoom Room
(Can view attached Zoom install instructions if needed)
Once Zoom is all up to date and you need to connect it to the Clients network you will need to most likely update the Wireless Driver.
Download this file and update to view the clients SSID's
IPv6 WiFi Driver Download
To set it up in Companion Mode, you have to Sign into the Zoom Room on the DTEN.
The DTEN needs to be on the same network as the Zoom Room just like any other controller.
You can use the Activation code method. Grab the Activation Code for the room you want it to companion and enter that code.
After you enter the code, it will prompt you to choose either 'Zoom Room' or 'Companion Mode'
Choose Companion Mode and the DTEN will turn into a Whiteboard Only and try to connect to the room.
If it is having issues connecting to the room, make sure the room and the DTEN are on the same Zoom Room Versions via the Admin Portal.
The DTEN will act as a Whiteboard that can preset direct to the Meeting and will also act as an annotation device is someone else is presenting in the meeting. This way everyone can collaborate and annotate at the same time.