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com.symless.synergy.v2.ServiceHelper still loads after uninstall of Symless

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zinoff

Any idea how to get rid of it?

Many thanks,

Riccardo

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Daniel Alarcon

@zinoff Is this for Windows?

Please check these instructions.

Let me know if this helps.

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zinoff

Mac Catalina, not windows

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Daniel Alarcon

@zinoff Ok, in that case, please follow the clean instruction in the link provided above. Let me know if it helps.

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zinoff

That’s how I have removed in the first place

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Jamie Newbon

Hi @zinoff

Where are you seeing the ServiceHelper?

Thanks
Jamie

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zinoff

After I rebooted the security thingy prompted whether I wanted to open it

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nonsibicunctis

I have the same problem except, to my knowledge I haven't uninstalled or changed anything with the application.  The message just started to appear after I upgraded from Mojave to Catalina.  It happens on every reboot of the iMac and is a nuisance.  Can you tell whether this is a Mac OS issue or an issue with Synergy?  Is there anything I can send that would help you to understand it, beyond what I've said?   Thanks.

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rpardos

I am facing the same problem. I need to have this removed.

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Alexey Pilyaev

Guys, can you please use link in my signature and place a ticket for us?

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Alice:443

Was there ever a resolution to this? I am having the same problem, but can't seem to locate the com.* file.

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Alice:443
Posted (edited)

Never mind, I found it!! :) As well as some other things, upon additional inspection.

/Library/LaunchDaemons/com.symless.synergy.v2.ServiceHelper.plist
/Library/PrivilegedHelperTools/com.symless.synergy.v2.ServiceHelper
/Library/LaunchAgents/com.symless.synergy.synergy-service.plist

Can confirm that removing these files made the notification go away. All's well now. Thanks, guys!

Edited by Alice:443

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