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When macOS asks for permission to let Hardware Monitor Remote execute a privileged operation, the password panel has no keyboard focus: Depending on the authorization policies set forth in your operating system, macOS automatically opens a panel to enter name and password of an administrator each time Hardware Monitor Remote likes to perform an operation which requires more than the usual rights of your user account. In this panel, the password entry field is not pre-activated, i.e. it does not receive input from the keyboard immediately. You have to click onto the panel or its fields first before you can type your input.

Workaround: This is a known defect of macOS. Applications which use multi-tier privilege separation (like Hardware Monitor Remote) to fulfill Apple’s highest standards for system security cannot force macOS to display an authentication panel that becomes active immediately. We have informed Apple about this issue and hope they will fix it in future versions of the operating system.


When macOS asks for permission to let Hardware Monitor Remote execute a privileged operation, the password panel may contain text in different languages: Depending on the authorization policies set forth in your operating system, macOS automatically opens a panel to enter name and password of an administrator each time Hardware Monitor Remote likes to perform an operation which requires more than the usual rights of your user account. If the user’s preferences are set to show the user interface in a language different from English, this panel might contain a mix of English and non-English parts.

Workaround: This is a known defect of macOS. We have informed Apple about this issue and hope they will fix it in future versions of the operating system.