I think our issue is similar to the post linked below, but just wanted some further clarification.
We have 23 sites scattered around the country. These are all linked with standard IPSec site-to-site VPNs back to our head office. Some of our devices are laptops, which we’re using ZeroTier on for when they’re out of the office. Unfortunately, when they’re in the office, the performance is horrific with ZT turned on (perfect if I turn ZT off, or if ZT is on and they’re on our guest network). It just seems to be when it has 2 valid routes to our datacentre (one via the IPSec network and one via ZT).
This means that they need to manually disable ZeroTier whenever they come into the office and manually re-enable it when they’re at home or on the road.
We have the issue where this isn’t possible, due to the UI needing admin access on first run for each account.
We’re deploying via RMM, so can add steps to the install sequence. Having read the topic below, it seems we need to copy “C:\ProgramData\ZeroTier\One\authtoken.secret” to “C:\Users<username>\AppData\Local\ZeroTier\One\authtoken.secret”
Is that ALL we need to copy to enable the UI without admin rights? Or are there other files we need to copy to make this issue go away?
Thanks in advance!