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MacOS 10.13 High Sierra compatibility

Hamachi doesn't appear to work on MacOS 10.13, which is scheduled for release in 4 days (2017-09-25).

 

I am running the 10.13 GM candidate release. The previously installed Hamahci wouldn't run properly (tray icon but no UI and no functionality). Trying to install a new version will not even install. ("uncompressing failed" in the logs.

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Re: MacOS 10.13 High Sierra compatibility


RogerWilco wrote:

Hamachi doesn't appear to work on MacOS 10.13, which is scheduled for release in 4 days (2017-09-25).

 

I am running the 10.13 GM candidate release. The previously installed Hamahci wouldn't run properly (tray icon but no UI and no functionality). Trying to install a new version will not even install. ("uncompressing failed" in the logs.


Thanks for posting - having exactly the same problem. I've read elsewhere that LogMeIn "doesn't support beta software," but the whole point of beta OS releases is so that developers can make sure their applications are compatible. 

I expect this will be fixed in time for the final release of High Sierra next week. If it's not I'm going to find another VPN.

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Re: MacOS 10.13 High Sierra compatibility

Same problem with final high sierra release.

 

Can't see the interface...

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Re: MacOS 10.13 High Sierra compatibility

Also I have tried a reinstall and that fails.

 

 

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Re: MacOS 10.13 High Sierra compatibility

Hi,

 

 Please install the latest version (2.1.0.725) and after the installation make sure that the Hamachi kernel extension is enabled:

 

http://help.logmein.com/articles/en_US/FAQ/On-my-Mac-LogMeIn-Hamachi-won-t-start-when-I-press-the-po...

 

 

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Re: MacOS 10.13 High Sierra compatibility

Updating fixed the problem for me. Thanks!

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Re: MacOS 10.13 High Sierra compatibility

Icant start Hamachi with higth Sierra

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Re: MacOS 10.13 High Sierra compatibility

GoToAssist appears to be incompatible with macOS 10.13 High Sierra. 

 

My Unattended Computers list correctly shows customer Macs as being online. 

 

After clicking Connect the customer Mac log on screen appears, after logging onto the Mac the session screen goes black. 

 

When will a fix for this be available?