VirtualHere Client doesn't work on OS X 10.14.6

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ZhongliangTang
VirtualHere Client doesn't work on OS X 10.14.6

Hello,

I have trouble using VirtualHere Client on MacBook Pro 2019 running OS X 10.14.6.
I opened the VirtualHere Client, and I connected to the Wi-Fi of my device running server. My device appeared in the VirtualHere Client and then an installation wizard popped up. I install follow the guide and it failed. Still I cannot use my device via Wi-Fi.
Your reply will be appreciated!

Michael
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I think you need to reboot osx after installing the virtualhere driver. Apple keep changing the process.

ZhongliangTang
I tried reboot, but still it

I tried reboot, but still it doesn't work.

Michael
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OK take a look here, did you authorize the extension ? https://developer.apple.com/library/archive/technotes/tn2459/_index.html

ZhongliangTang
I'm sure the VirtualHere

I'm sure the VirtualHere client app opened successfully, and I didn't see any attention about something was blocked or something.

ZhongliangTang
This is solved. Finally I

This is solved. Finally I find something called "VirtualHere..." was blocked in Security & Privacy settings. Sorry I didn't mention that before.
But according to "https://developer.apple.com/library/archive/technotes/tn2459/_index.html", if some app was blocked by the OS X system, the system will show a dialog to tell user how to allow the app if they hope so. I didn't see any of such dialog but the install fail. I want to know is this a normal appearance or only my MacBook act like this?

Michael
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OK great, there should have been a popup saying "A kernel extensions was blocked go to System Preferences Privacy" to allow. OSX used to popup that message by itself but perhaps apple are not doing that now? Its all very confusing and horrible for end-users, apple really doesnt care anymore

ZhongliangTang
Sometimes when I install a

Sometimes when I install a App downloaded from the Internet, apple will show such dialog. But on the installation wizard popped by VirtualHere, apple doesn't tell anything, and I don't know why.
And here comes another problem. I have a MacBook Pro 2016 running OS X 10.15, which is a very recent version. On this mac, I opened VirtualHere client, connected to the Wi-Fi of device running server, plugged in a U-disk into that device, and VirtualHere Client found the U-disk. I use this U-disk, and everything seem to be all right. But the MacBook didn't recognize the U-disk. I wonder is this because of the VirtualHere Client hasn't support the OS X 10.15 yet, and when will you support 10.15?

Michael
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OSX 10.15 is supported but its probably full of bugs from apple so you need to wait until they patch them in e.g 10.15.1

ZhongliangTang
Got it. Thanks for your reply

Got it. Thanks for your reply!

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