Thank you mate for posting that, I was haveing the same problem and unfortunatly rang tech support for rescue who were as helpfull as a choclete fire guard.
Well its Friday and after 2-3 days of all working great we are now back to square one, rescue works fine on my PC Win 10 Pro, it works fine on my older G5 Apple Mac, and is totally useless on my Apple Book Pro.
No new updates on Laptop, rescue starts, I can see clients machines, I can enter their user names and passwords, then it just freezers once I try to login to clients machines.
So as long as I site in my office for the rest of my life and don't upgrade any of my machines all works.
Is anyone having better luck than me with this problem.
@gwpd Specifically which Rescue version are you running on the problem Mac? If you're not running the Mac beta testing version, I will post this as soon as it becomes publicly available to all customers. Thanks for your patience.
At the point when I controller a client's macintosh running macOS Catalina, I can see foundation,
top bar and LMIrescue window yet I can't see any remaining windows on Mac.
In June, before the last macOS Catalina update , your article How-can-I-controller a-client s-Mac-running-macOS-Catalina functioned admirably for Catalina.
Yet, presently, when I go into Systeme Preferences > Security and protection > all LMIrescue are checked in Accessibility/Full circle Access/Screen recording however it doesn't work. The client can't uncheck to reverify Lmirescue.
The main thing conceivable is in Accessibility > "+" > Download > select Supportlogmeinrescue > Open and there I can move the mouse, click all over however I actually don't see the windows as though Screen Recording doesn't work.
Same thing after restart the Mac, client's record is in Admin.
We use Lmirescue in my organization, most recent rendition of the specialists console on MAC and Windows, it works for controller on windows and MAC before Catalina. It's hard as far as we're concerned not to have the option to take control on Catalina.
Do you know the case and have an answer?
A debt of gratitude is in order for your help
Can you try running this script to see if it fixes the screen sharing functionality:
rm -rf ~/Library/Application\ Support/LogMeIn-Rescue $ rm /tmp/lmi.txt ; CX_LOG=/tmp/lmi.txt /Applications/LogMeIn-Rescue.app/Contents/MacOS/LogMeIn-Rescue >>/tmp/lmi.txt 2>&1