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Support for Manager Desktop Edition is wonky because we need to identify the port number the Manager Server is running on-- the only way the script can do that is by guessing.
You can speed up this process by specifying the URL the server is running on.
Click the Windows Button
%appdata%/Manager/ManagerServer.exe then click
Manager Server will run on port
8080, so type
http://127.0.0.1:8080 in the Manager URL field.
Open Terminal and run the command
sudo lsof -i -n -P | grep TCP | grep LISTEN | grep Manager
You will be prompted to type your Mac User's password, however, it will not show the characters as you type them
You should see a line of output that looks like:
Manager 23*56 omar 11u IPv4 0x53************55 0t0 TCP 127.0.0.1::##### (LISTEN)
If nothing shows up, then Manager is not running on your computer.
If it is running, then send me an email please mentioning which Mac OS version you are running
127.0.0.1:#####and paste it in the Manager URL field and prepend it with
Manager Desktop Edition assigns the port number randomly each time it is run, so you have to do this everytime Manager restarts
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