No doubt, Zoom is one of the favored online meeting apps. So when there’s a huge burden on the app’s servers, it starts to lag a little. But you don’t need to worry if you are facing Error Code 5003 in Zoom. Because here, I’ve decided to add a bunch of troubleshooting tips for you.
One reason for this error is because it is unable to work with your device’s DNS settings. So basically, you can customize or reset your DNS values by performing a simple set of instructions. I’ve added the easy steps to get the job done, so please do read the drafted steps carefully, before you perform them.
3 Ways to Fix Error Code 5003 in Zoom
Disable Third-Party Antivirus Software
If you are facing Error Code 5003 in Zoom, then it may be because of a third-party antivirus. Because some of the malware cleaner software doesn’t allow users to execute third-party apps on Windows 10. So they cause a blockade and some of the utilities are unable to run. So if you are using an antivirus, try disabling it a little while to see if it resolves the issue.
Flush & Reset DNS
- Press Windows + S keys simultaneously.
- Type cmd in the search bar and click on Run as administrator
- To flush the DNS, execute the following command:
- ipconfig /flushdns
- Once the command is executed successfully, run the following command:
- netsh winsock reset
- Now restart your computer.
Tweak DNS Values
- Launch Control Panel using the Windows search bar.
- Navigate to Network and Internet >> Network and Sharing Center
- Click on Change Adapter Settings from the left pane.
- Right-click on the connected network and select Properties
- Select Internet Protocol Version 4 (TCP/IPv4) from the available list and click on Properties
- Click on the Use the following DNS server addresses bullet and enter the following DNS values:
- After entering the values, click on the Ok button.
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