The word is users are seeing a notification to update their Zoom version at the end of the call.
This creates confusion where user click on the Update button and then need to sign in as an admin user (which they are not)
Is it possible to suppress this?
It is odd you are getting the admin prompt...I use the Zoom Installer IT pkg for my main deployment/self service policies, but then I also use the jamf patch management workflow to deploy newer versions for outdated clients. My clients will get the update available message, but when they hit update, it just restarts the app as the updated version.
Are you the Zoom admin for your organization or does someone else deal with that? Client autoupdate is disabled by default, unless you are overriding the ZAutoUpdate string in us.zoom.config.plist. This may also be able to be overwritten in the zoom admin webconsole, but I do not do much Zoom other than deploying the package and creating the plist to requirements from another engineer in the company. This looks like the zoom client itself is initiating the update in user context, hence the admin promt, and not a pkg being ran by root or jamfadmin, but as I said, I am no Zoom expert
Zoom does indeed have options to configure prefs using plist (https://support.zoom.us/hc/en-us/articles/115001799006-Mass-Deployment-with-Preconfigured-Settings-for-Mac). We use it to suppress updates among other settings. We then deploy the client we need to upgrade to and the deployment is done even if the client is in an active call. When Zoom is restarted on the machine the new version is then opened. So far (touch wood) its working very well for us. All the best.....
Updates within the IT version of the Zoom app are suppose to be disabled by default. Verify the version of Zoom the user is actually running is really the correct one. It may be installed within the user's home folder.