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Now that the 5.0.1 maintenance release is available then this and all future releases can be handled natively by the Lync server.
The update behavior of the VVX phones is very similar to that of Lync Phone Edition, yet is even more flexible.
For engineers looking to carry phones around to different sites for demonstration purposes then selecting a web server on the Internet makes it very easy to update the phones over the Internet, while for supporting updates for a handful of devices on an internal network then utilizing an existing web server is ideal.
Either way once the directory is setup then any device can be manually pointed to the directory and the phone will utilize HTTP to download and apply the firmware.
Apple posted that firmware updates require a GUID partition scheme at the archived website Firmware updates for Intel-based Macs require a GUID partition scheme, although the site does not explicitly say this must be the primary drive.
When a SDD or HDD is formatted to use a GUID partition scheme by the Disk Utility or command, the EFI partition is automatically created.
Just wanted to post on this topic since I had a related problem in an Apple store yesterday and this was the post I found.
The Polycom SIP phones support a few different methods for software updates, most commonly utilizing a central FTP provisioning server so that all devices will check a single distribution point for configuration changes and new firmware images.
The previous article mentioned above contains links with more details on enterprise deployment and management practices.
For example the recent 4.1 release is only providing Lync-specific features so devices currently used with other SIP platforms (.e.g Broadsoft, Avaya, Nortel, etc) should not install this update and should remain on 4.0 software for now.
For this reason it may be necessary to download the available software package for the 4.1 release and then create a custom distribution server to point the devices to.
Apple had replaced my logic board but didn't install the newer firmware and so I could no longer boot off of my existing SSD drive (which was formatted with APFS, and had my original Mojave and all of my files). Boot off of Mojave on a USB, and plug in a new blank external hard drive, and install Mojave onto that.