I can't seem to connect using the free FortiClient using # macOS Ventura. When I get the popup below and I click "Open Security & Privacy Settings" it takes me to the "Appearance" pane, but when I got to Full Disk Access the FortiClient and fctservctl2 does have access. Has anyone solved this issue?
Thanks for the steps, checked all of it and made sure everything was gone, rebooted, reinstalled same issue. My login is a domain account with my employer, so I thought maybe there are some permission issues, I uninstalled again, used a local admin account, reinstalled same issue.
I also get the error below, which I forgot to mention.
My only other thought is that the MBP M1 is managed by an MDM and maybe there is something blocking the extension. I manage the MDM, but I don't see anything that could be causing this...
I have the same issue on a Macbook Pro running M1 chip.
It asks "To connect to a VPN with FortiClient, open Security & Privacy Settings and allow system software from FortiTray". Unfortunately, there is no FortiTray app installed after the installer made his job.
i've tried to authorize several other apps found in the Library folder and subfolder, with no more success. Any clue ?
I am having a similar lack of joy with a 2018 MacBook Pro running Ventura 13.0.1 plus the Forticlient 7.0.7. Forticlient connects, but then Microsoft Remote Desktop 10.7.10(2028) cannot complete the connection. There are no other full disk access requests to switch on; fmon2 is not in the library. I've uninstalled Forticlient, manually combed through the / and ~ libraries and removed any other Fortinet and Forticlient traces, rebooted, and redownloaded and reinstalled Forticlient 7.0.7, no success. I found an old Forticlient 6.0 installer, and that does work, and MRD will connect. Any suggestions?- thanks
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