N/APosted on - 01/10/2014
I'm trying to run FileMaker Pro 12 on my Mac OS X 10.7.5 but it always ends with an error. I know that Mac puts a new feature that will prevent the users from installing software from unidentified developers, but I want to know how I can install this without breaking any rules? Please help me.
FileMaker Pro 12.mpkg" can't be opened because it is from an unidentified developer.
Your security preferences allow installation of only apps from the Mac App Store and identified developers.
"FileMakerPro 12.mpkg" is on the disk image "fmp_184.108.40.206.dmg". Safari downloaded this disk image today at 3:54 PM.
Unable to run FileMaker Pro 12 on Mac OS X 10.7.5
Yes it is true, Apple added the Gatekeeper feature on Mac OS X 10.7.5 and higher. This will help the users to elude downloading and installation of untrusted software. This feature will let the user to control which programs can be downloaded and run on their PCs by selecting one of the following:
1. Allow for which apps to download and run to mimic the behavior of older Mac Versions.
2. Allow which apps to download only from the Mac App Store with the Developer ID.
3. Allow the applications downloaded from the Apple App Store.
Gatekeeper prevents the following versions of FileMaker. If you have one of these, you will most likely to receive the error you got:
FileMaker Pro 11
FileMaker Pro 12
To fix this, follow the steps below:
Remember that the issue you got will only occur if you just downloaded FileMaker Pro 12. If it came from a CD/DVD, it will install with no errors.
For FileMaker Pro 12:
Download the most recent version of FileMaker Pro 12 from the FileMaker Store Download page.
Launch the FileMaker Pro 12 Advanced Install image. Right-click on it and select Open.
You will get a warning message but this message will let you open the file and then install: