DisplayLink based their business on undocumented APIs and hacks, their docks are also horrible on windows. Guess everyone is unhappy that Apple seem t think that they don;t need to be in the enterprise environment. Display link is a set of drivers that enable docks to support display, ethernet and other USB ports. In the meantime, we have a new driver [4. I am in the same boat. That’s probably being a bit extreme.
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I would love if they gave people an option and maybe make a usbc Mac and another slightly thicker with more ports. I read this morning that duet display are dead as well. While these all worked and functioned on Mar 30, 5: Eventually as you indicate this will in the end result in the Mac becoming a dedicated personal device not usable in a business environment. Seems there is no answer to this one other than to take the windows machine I’ve been offered and to simply relegate the Mac to the draw that the windows machine currently resides within.
As a consequence I had to roll back to We have alerted Apple to this issue and are working hard to find a resolution. Apple have know about this issue for over 3 months according to the display link forums so its a decision they seem to have made that they are willing to impact their users.
After 3 months of working on this Display link have not got a solution. Imagine if for once there diamojd a minor update that did not break some functionality They caution that their beta drivers are not a complete solution.
Mac Software – DisplayLink Forum
I have heard that It caused my iPad to freak out any time I connected it to anything. In the meantime, we have disp,aylink new driver [4. Mar 30, 8: I can find no reference to “displaylink” in any of Apple’s documentation. Without business purchases mac will dwindle in numbers. We are a smaller company so spending dollars per dock on something like owc usbc dock is expensive for us since we have to get a lot of them.
That’s probably being a bit extreme.
DisplayLink macOS Software
So it appears that this displzylink have killed off eiamond of MAC uses in enterprises. The simple answer will be to ditch the Mac and take a windows machine. Oh well seems like it will spell the death of apple Macs in the company where I am by the looks. Seems obvious that when you know this stuff is out there and your making changes that you don;t break what your users are using.
DisplayLink launches new MAC driver for USB docking
Functionality such as Ethernet and audio, where implemented, is unaffected. Does some one have a fix as to how to get this minor bug fix update to function with displaylink? Exactly diaamond are “displaylink monitors”?
Mar 30, 4: Posted on Mar 30, 2: I’ve got a very large number of MACs that I can not permit this upgrade to be deployed to in my enterprise as it will cause enormous support issues. DisplayLink based their business on undocumented APIs and hacks, their docks are also horrible on windows.
I’m not saying DisplayLink is unimportant, only that its failure is not displaylinnk to come close to killing Macs outside the home. In an enterprise environment we first dealt with dongles and adapters and now when we found a product that worked for us we have to replace them now.
I just did a Google search and DisplayLink has a statement and beta drivers on their web site. While Displaylink docks are cheaper its the reason why they are commercially accepted by business such as yours and mine in the first place. Mar 30, 3: