Is there any way to tell from an IGEL perspective if the Zoom VDI plugin is actually being used when in a Zoom video call? Specifically this plugin support.zoom.us/hc/en-us/articles/360041602711
In the Zoom client, Settings, Statistics:
VDI Connect Status should state connected.
As always, you the man Sebastien!
Does something like this exist for Teams, or Zoom only?
Yes, on Teams, it looks this:
Is this a plugin similar to the Zoom implementation? If so, any chance you have a download link?
Hell no… In theory it should even work out of the box but … let‘s say that it doesn‘t and that, quite often😌:
They are a few things to consider either but let‘s see if it works on your end without modifications.
Aha, firmware 11.04, I think that is the missing piece of the puzzle for me. We are still on 11.03.530.
And you need 6.05.*** UMS for UMS Profile usage.
We are on UMS 6.05.100, so I think we are good there. Downloading 11.04 now
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