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AlanH3
New Contributor

Re: LMIGUIAgent Mac - to remote control this host, logmein needs accessibility permission "pop-

Worked as described....Thanks!

KimLG
Active Contributor

LogMeIn Accessibility Popup will NOT disappear despite granting permissions on my Mac.

I cannot get this pop up message to stop appearing on my Mac computers everytime I reboot.  I have enabled access and granted permission per instructions in the popup, yet it still continues to appear.  It is driving my nuts.  Any suggetions on how to stop it from appearing everytime I start my computer. Thanks.

 
 

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AshC
LogMeIn Contributor

Re: LogMeIn Accessibility Popup will NOT disappear despite granting permissions on my Mac.

Hi Kim,

Have you tried a full re-install on the affected Mac as an Admin user?

KimLG
Active Contributor

Re: LogMeIn Accessibility Popup will NOT disappear despite granting permissions on my Mac.

Thanks for your reply AshC, I am the administrator and have the same problem on two different Macs.  I am baffled as to why it continues to pop up even though I completed the setps successfully. 

AshC
LogMeIn Contributor

Re: LogMeIn Accessibility Popup will NOT disappear despite granting permissions on my Mac.

@KimLG  Some users have mentioned that additional LogMeIn processes had to be added to the 'allowed' list, so you might want to check to see if all possible options have been checked off for anything LMI related.

KimLG
Active Contributor

Re: LogMeIn Accessibility Popup will NOT disappear despite granting permissions on my Mac.

Thanks for the tip, I will check it out. 

SeaDragon
New Contributor

Re: LogMeIn Accessibility Popup will NOT disappear despite granting permissions on my Mac.

This has been an ongoing problem for me also on multiple computers.  

 

Where can I find this "allowed" list?

 

Thank you

AshC
LogMeIn Contributor

Re: Needs Accessibility Permission pop up at every log in post Big Sur Update

@jwdavis  If you've already installed LogMeIn as the full administrator there, then you may need to check the allowed list on that Macintosh.  There, permission may be permanently given to allow installed applications to operate freely. 

jwdavis
New Contributor

Re: Needs Accessibility Permission pop up at every log in post Big Sur Update

Where is this "allowed list" that keeps being mentioned? Everything under Security and Privacy for LMI is checked.