Firstly, I just wanted to say how handy this software is - it's made life so much easier. Keep up the good work!
I've successfully used your Authorisation script https://www.virtualhere.com/authorization to request a password when using a device. I altered it a bit so that it's not user specific and is only concerned about a password.
this is the bit I've changed:
echo "Password ok"
#if [[ "$3" == *"(user)"* ]]; then
## logger "Authorized!"
#logger "NOT authorized"
On clicking to 'Use' I can enter the password and login. However this only seems to work if I haven't got the Client installed as a service (as you've described here below). https://www.virtualhere.com/client_service
If I install the service, restart the GUI and try to 'Use' a device it doesn't authenticate. Is this perhaps because the daemon has no means of asking for a password? Can't the daemon pass on a password request to the GUI?
I've noticed that the daemon doesn't alter the config file
Does the daemon use a different config file on a Mac and, if so, where is it located?
Also is there any possibility of using the Mac's native Keychain Access to store passwords?
One more thing - when I install the service, my ClientID becomes 'System Administrator (root)' instead of my normal ClientID when running the GUI without the daemon installed and running. Is there any way to change this behaviour?
The very last thing (which you may not be able to help me with!).... Do you know how I can view VirtualHere logs in the DSM 'Log Center' package?
Synology DS1513+ running DSM 6.1.3
MacBook Pro running OSX 10.12.6
eLicenser (which I don't need to use any more)