We have been trying to get Cisco Jabber to function properly on systems with DisplayLink drivers installed. No go.
Just having the DisplayLink drivers installed (doesnt matter what version or how current) forces Jabber to not run. You receive the error: New features in this version of Jabber Video are not supported by your computer's graphics driver.
This looks like a HUGE problem. Displaylink drivers are used by almost all USB video adaptors, as well as most portable monitors.
Our users must uninstall the DisplayLink drivers in order for Jabber to launch.
DisplayLink of course says it's a Cisco problem... so here we are.
I have gone through DisplayLinks website, and it does not appear they support OpenGL based on their release notes. I worked with an engineer on this he believes the same thing, or it's not working correctly. This is a requirement to use the Jabber Video software as stated in the admin user guide of this product. Since DisplayLink is a 3rd party driver being used instead of the manufacturer's latest driver, which most likely does support our requirements, you will need to work with DisplayLink on this one.
Graphics Card Requirement
OpenGL version 1.3, or OpenGL version 1.2 with the multitexturing extension.
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