Zoom VDI Plugin Management was added to the Mac VDI plugin in release 5.12.6 and uses the same policies for the virtual desktop available for the Windows Zoom VDI Plugin Management.
This article provides information specific to Mac and links to existing articles for policies that apply to both Mac and Windows. Learn more about the Zoom VDI Plugin Management feature.
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Zoom VDI Plugin Management uses a virtual channel between the VDI Zoom Meeting client and the Zoom VDI Plugin Management software. Ensure that your computer or device meets the virtual channel requirements/software requirements for the VDI Plugin Management feature.
A policy must be added to the virtual desktop to enable the Zoom VDI Plugin Management feature. The same policy applies to both Windows and Mac plugins.
Zoom VDI Plugin Management for the Mac client can be enabled or disabled for a specific device by modifying a configuration file. This configuration file is named ZoomVDIAus_Config and is located at the following path:
The following shows the default ZoomVDIAus_Config configuration entries:
The default value of EnableVDIPluginAutoUpgrade is 1.
Zoom VDI Plugin Management can be disabled on the Mac by changing the value of EnableVDIPluginAutoUpgrade to 0.
All the existing policies available for the Windows VDI Plugin Management are also supported on the Mac, including:
Note: Forcing an older VDI plugin version through a policy for the Mac is limited, and more information on what is supported will be developed for future updates.