According to the Wikipedia article on Yoga Sutras, the famous scholar Vijnanabhiksu was a Vaishnavite:
Vijnanabhiksu's Yogabhashyavarttika ("Explanation of the Commentary on the Yoga Sutras" of Vyasa). The writer was a Vaishnava philosopher and exegete who tried to harmonize Samkhya and Vedanta and held the Bhedabheda view.
However, the Wikipedia article on Vijnanabhiksu himself states:
His (Vijnanabhiksu's) scholarship stated that there is a unity between Vedānta, Yoga, and Samkhya philosophies, and he is considered a significant influence on Neo-Advaita movement of the modern era.
He wrote commentaries in the 15th century on three different schools of Indian philosophy, Vedānta, Sāṃkhya, and Yoga, and integrated them into a nondualism platform that belongs to both the Bhedabheda and Advaita (nondualism) sub-schools of Vedanta. According to Andrew Nicholson, this became the basis of Neo-Vedanta. His integration is known as Avibhaga Advaita ("indistinguishable non-dualism"). His sub-commentary on the Yoga Sutras, the Yoga commentary has been an influential work.
According to Andrew Fort, Vijnanabhiksu's commetary is Yogic Advaita, since his commentary is suffused with Advaita-influenced Samkhya-Yoga. Vijnanabhiksu discusses, adds Fort, a spiritually liberated person as a yogic jivanmukta.
As you can see, the article claims Vijnanabhiksu was a Neo-Advaitin. Now Vaishnavas are usually non-Advaitin and tend to be dualistic. In addition to this, Vijnanabhikshu is known to have also written a commentary named "Ishvaragitabhashya" on the Ishvara Gita (which Vaishnavites usually reject since it downplays the authority of the Bhagavad Gita)!
Are both the Wikipedia articles correct? If yes, which sect did he belong to?