These steps did not work for me, I could not work with this pop up appearing! For me, it helped to turn OFF the option 'This computer, not accessible...' under OVERVIEW in the control Panel, THANK GOODNES, I was going crazy.
I kept getting the popup despite the requested permissions appearing to be granted. The fix was to remove the two entries from the accessibility list and then try to log in. Then follow the given procedure and it works.
Thank God for the detailed solution from Neuro! LMI - the name of your business is COMMUNICATION and in my opinion you need to take lots of lessons from Neuro's post!! I was quite literally looking for an acceptable solution and am way too busy to learn new software if I don't have to. THIS IS OBVIOUSLY A HUGE PROBLEM TO THE USERS SINCE THERE ARE PAGES AND PAGES OF FRUSTRATED USERS LOOKING FOR SOLUTIONS! I suggest taking a big stick and making the person responsible for customer problem solving up-side the head to get his/her attention and tell them to copy Neuro's method. AND to put the answer right up front for ANY near search terms!!!
I have wasted so much time on this it drives me crazy looking back. I am furious with whoever that is who has not made the answer readily available right in the POP UP!!! (or at the very least with a link to it!)
Neuro you are my hero for today for darned sure. THANK YOU for the concise instructions!!
10 KUDOS AT THE VERY LEAST!!! (you would have a bunch more IF ONLY LMI would put your post first!!
I wanted to let you know we are working to improve the Mac desktop behavior. I should have more info to share in the next few weeks as things develop. Thanks for your patience.
Since installing macOS Monterey 12.2.1, the requestor for setting Accessibility permission will not go away no matter how many times one ensures that LMIGUIAgent and LogMeIn are selected.