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Actions Server in Mountain Lion - Solved

Last Updated: Apr 22, 2013 10:41AM UTC
Thursday, November 8, 2012

We announce now that we have acquired a Developer ID signature from Apple.
Our Actions Server app is now supported by Mountain Lion Gatekeeper.

the Usefool team

Monday, October 22, 2012

With last version of Lion (10.7.5) and Mountain Lion (10.8 and above) Apple brings to OS X an added measure of security called Gatekeeper.
The benefit of Gatekeeper is that it prevents people from blindly installing apps or accidentally downloading and installing something from a misleading link. To know in deep how Gatekeeper works visit the Apple support page

Actions Server is currently still not supported by Gatekeeper.
We are in the process of acquiring a Developer ID signature from Apple.
As soon as we receive it we will update our Actions Server file and we wil post this update on all our channels.

In the meantime, in order to make OS X let Actions Server run, you have to create an exception for it,
this is a handy option as it keeps unaltered your system security level.

1. In Finder, Control-click or right click the icon of Actions Server.

2. Select Open from the top of contextual menu that appears.

OSX Contextual menu

3. Click Open in the dialog box. If prompted, enter an administrator name and password.

OSX Contextual menu

We can state for your confidence that Actions Server just enables a communication over the wifi between your computer and your iPad and It does NOT send any data to any external server or machine in any way.

Feel free to ask more sending us a private e-mail
or posting a public question in the Network Section.

Thank you

the Usefool team
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