Published October 10, 2023
If you've upgraded your Mac operating system recently to macOS Sonoma, you may notice a pop-up message from your Mac during or after using apps like Zoom or Panopto. Here's what you need to know.
After you end a Zoom meeting or open Recording with Panopto with macOS Sonoma, you may see a message display on your screen asking you to allow or not allow access to data from other applications.
Based on testing here at UB, UBIT advises selecting "Don't Allow" if the pop-up happens after a Zoom meeting.
When using Panopto, UBIT recommends selecting "OK," which will allow Panopto to have control of MS PowerPoint when Panopto is in use.
Selecting these options will not have any effect on future Zoom meetings or Panopto recordings with macOS Sonoma. You may notice this message when using other applications on your upgraded Mac as well.
From initial testing, this pop-up message will likely appear once each day after you host Zoom meetings or use Panopto with macOS Sonoma.
The university does not have control over this setting from Apple and cannot disable the pop-up message.
For additional help with technology at UB, contact the UBIT Help Center online or call (716) 645-3542.