Thank you for your post.
If you turn off the firewall, does the message appear?
In case the digital signature of FileMaker Pro is damaged, try running the following command from Terminal:
codesign -vvv "/Applications/FileMaker Pro 11/FileMaker Pro.app"
Then, turn on the firewall again and see if the issue returns.
Do you have any plug-ins installed? If so, temporarily turn them off.
Any other information you can provide may be helpful in narrowing down the possible cause.
Turned off firewall, message did not appear. Opened Terminal, and ran command. Terminal returned: codesign -vvv "/Applications/FileMaker Pro 11/FileMaker Pro.app"
/Applications/FileMaker Pro 11/FileMaker Pro.app: a sealed resource is missing or invalid
In architecture: i386
resource added: /Applications/FileMaker Pro 11/FileMaker Pro.app/Contents/Resources/CMap/AdobeFnt11.1.lst
resource added: /Applications/FileMaker Pro 11/FileMaker Pro.app/Contents/Resources/Font/AdobeFnt11.1.lst
No plugins are being used with FileMaker.
After running Terminal command, and turning Firewall back on, the notification window reappears.
Do you have any other FileMaker applications on your hard drive?
In case FileMaker Pro 11 wasn't installed completely the first time, uninstall, remove the Applications -> FileMaker Pro 11 folder, and reinstall.
Continue to keep me updated.
Hi! I am running a MacPro, mid-2010 series machine. It is a dual boot machine with two separate internal hard drives. The hard drive in use with FileMaker 11 is running Mountain Lion, the other separate drive is a boot drive with Snow Leopard. On the Snow Leopard drive is FileMaker 8.5. When my machine boots up on Mountain Lion, about 20 seconds goes by and a script runs automatically to unmount Snow Leopard. So when I use Mountain Lion, the other version of FileMaker should be invisible to Mountain Lion, as the disk for FileMaker 8.5 is not mounted. Next I'll try re-installing FileMaker 11, as you suggest. Also, FileMaker is not a startup item, so I click it in the dock to launch, after Snow Leopard unmounts.
OK - Right after my previous post, I reinstalled FileMaker 11. I wanted to run it a couple of days, stop/start and so forth to see how was working. So far, it appears that reinstallation has corrected the issue. No other changes have been made I can think of except for the reinstall, so this may be the key. I'll continue to run the program, since I use it daily. If anything changes or the window appears again, I'll come back to the forum. Thanks.