current status is that it's still broken. Dell Fixed one issue, but the other related one is still broken. (take a look at my post on Dec 20th for details)
This is beyond frustrating. The lack of response to remediate the underlying problem is perplexing. I am sure this can't take so long to coordinate and resolve? Unless someone internally @ Dell just does not think this is important enough to fix?
Yes, but, from our standpoint, we can't go to Broadcom? We are using a Dell product/service and we look to Dell to push the issue with whoever, as needed, and get us a resolution? I am sorry for the rant here - but this is just getting out of hand!
This is 100% on Dell. Even if there are issues with Broadcom, they are not the ones pushing updates to the catalog which in turn is alerting Dell Software to know that an update is available.
If the Broadcom drivers had issues in the first place, not cataloging the update would keep Dell systems out of the know and thus no problem.
No way, no how, will this ever be assigned to Broadcom as their issue.