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Error 406 in Virtual Office Integration
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Error 406 in Virtual Office Integration


Getting the message 406: Error Occured on logging into communication panel? Reset the password or update your 8x8 Virtual Office Integration to fix the error.


Users of the legacy Salesforce, NetSuite, or Zendesk Virtual Office integrations may receive the message 406: Error Occured when attempting to log in to their communication panel.


This prevents the user from logging in to the Virtual Office communication panel.

Note: For users whose accounts are on the Configuration Manager platform, all older, legacy integrations will fail with the 406 error at login.

Applies To

Legacy versions of Virtual Office for NetSuite, Virtual Office for Zendesk, and Virtual Office for Salesforce


The two most likely causes for this issue are:

  1. A password mismatch between Virtual Office and the legacy integration authentication
  2. The Virtual Office account is on the Configuration Manager platform, and the user is attempting to use a legacy integration.


Reset Virtual Office Password

To temporarily resolve this issue for non-Configuration Manager users, the user should:

  1. Reset their Virtual Office password, which can be done by clicking Forgot Password in the Virtual Office Desktop (VOD) login panel.
  2. Log in to VOD to verify that the new password works in Virtual Office.
  3. Log in to the integration communication panel to verify that the new password works there.
  4. If login to the integration still fails with a 406 error, clear the browser cache and cookies.

If this procedure fails, please refer to the second resolution to upgrade your Virtual Office integration.

Upgrade to the Next Generation Virtual Office Integration

If you're using a legacy 8x8 Virtual Office integration, update to the latest version, no matter which platform your service is on.

Follow the appropriate link below to install the next generation 8x8 Virtual Office integration for your CRM:

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