Subject says it all—when I click the dialog prompt and system preferences is opened, there is no "plugin blocked click to allow" prompt. There is nothing at all, just the typical System Preferences Privacy and Security window.
Mac OS Catalina 10.15.7
MBP 2018 15"
Machine is IT administered but I have admin access
Hi there @brdhll, let's see what we can find here.
Could you clarify if you've confirmed with your IT team that you have permission to change your permission status on the Mac?
Also, if you could send me a screenshot of the error message, that would be super helpful.
Looking forward to hearing back from you!
Could you also check which version of the desktop app you're running?
You can do that by hovering over the Dropbox icon that's next to your computer's clock.
Could you try reinstalling the desktop app to the latest stable version and trying again? Maybe that will do the trick.
To do this, you'll first have to uncheck the option to be included in Early Releases in your online account settings.
Hi everyone, this could be due to a Mac OS restriction regarding third party peripherals or remotely accessing the moachine.
Could you check if these steps in an old post could help you out?
Hi @brdhll, have you tried the Terminal command in the previous post I linked to see if this helps?
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