smn wrote:This could be related to some extended security mechanisms of the macOS system. Pressing the Allow button won’t take effect if you are connecting to the machine via Remote Desktop/screen-sharing, or if the mouse/trackpad is emulated by a 3rd party application (MagicPrefs, BetterTouchTool, Synergy, etc.) Hope this helps.
I apologize if this is a simple-minded question, I just want to make sure that I understood clearly:
So, if I'm using BetterTouchTool, then pressing the kernel does not see that I am pressing the Allow button in LS?