Window alert on program start, asking for permission allow or deny
FileMaker Pro 11
Operating system version
Mac OS 10.8.5
Description of the issue
When FileMaker is started, after the splash screen disappears and the window loads, within the first several seconds of using the application, a window appears asking "Do you want the application '"FileMaker Pro.app"' to accept incoming network connections?" No matter which settings I choose, I am asked everytime the program launches. I can select a setting in the Firewall pane to always allow, or always deny. Regardless of the settings, the window continues to appear at launch, requiring making a choice of one or the other to get the notification window to close.
Steps to reproduce the problem
Boot machine, launch FileMaker Pro. The window appears as described. If FileMaker is quit and relaunched without rebooting the computer, the problem appears as well.
Once a selection is made in Firewall settings, I would not expect this window to appear. It has not repeatedly appeared in previous versions of FileMaker
The window continues to appear on each launch, regardless of settings.
Exact text of any error message(s) that appear
Do you want the application "FileMaker Pro.app" to accept incoming connections?
Clicking Deny may limit the application's behavior.
This setting can be changed in the Firewall pane of
Security & Privacy preferences.
FileMaker Pro is set to allow incoming connections in Firewall preferences
Using FileMaker 11 requires clicking a choice to deny or allow each time the program is launched, or the notification window will remain on the screen.