Get our latest Connect 3.0 Softphone program for your PC and Mac here
We automatically push updates through the application, but if you have a desire to install the latest version manually or test the upcoming version, it can always be downloaded from this page.
This is also helpful if your are an IT administrator who want to prepare the new version on your Windows Terminal servers, or if your organization rolls out software from a central point as well if your users do not have access to install updates themself.
Follow this article and get an email every time we have a new version ready for download.
Note! We only accept error handling on the latest Softphone version, and we can at any time - at short notice - demand the use of the latest version.
Current version - March 2021
This softphone will be required to be installed after March 9, 2021.
From 16 February 2021, this version will also be possible to update directly in the softphone.
ipvision Connect 3.0 - Client version 5.5.0 (7860)
Windows 7/10 version:
Default version to 32 and 64 bit.
To Outlook 32 bit version.
To Outlook 64 bit version.
- Minor bug fixes
- New blue colors.
Upcoming version - July 2021
ipvision Connect 3.0 - Client version 5.5.3 (7978)
Windows 7/10 version:
Default version to 32 bit and 64 bit.
To Outlook 32 bit versions.
To Outlook 64 bit versions.
- Minor bug fixes.
- Server URL is no longer needed to be entered into the softphone during installation.
- Release note in pdf
You can find upcoming and current version here: https://my.ipvision.dk/connect/
Note. If you install this update before the release date, you will receive a reminder about the current version in the client every time the program starts. It does not affect the functionality of the program.
Microsoft Windows Installation
The Windows desktop application may be either installed and updated by the end user, or by a systems administrator through Active Directory. If the Active Directory installation is used, no action by the end user is needed for the installation. However, even in the case of installation by an Active Directory administrator, the end user still needs to activate the application as described later in this section.
Depending on the user policies implemented on your system, your system administrator may make different versions of the installation file for the Windows application available, for example MSI (Microsoft Installer) installation files for 32-bit and 64-bit Windows versions, as well as versions that require administrator rights for a successful installation, or can be installed by a user without these rights. For 64_noadmin.msi or 86_noadmin.msi, noadmin means possibility to install without administrator rights. The packages that require different user rights for the installation differ also in respect to the folders in which the application is installed.
.msi is an installer package file format, used by Windows.
Outlook plugin is installed with MSI installer with and without admin rights.
The noadmin.msi is installed in C:\Users[user]\AppData\Local and C:\Users[user]\AppData\Roaming
The .msi and .exe is installed in C:\Program Files (x86)
The 64-bit package exists only for the 64-bit Outlook plugin, while the desktop application itself is 32-bit.
You can see how to check which version of Outlook i have, by this link.