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Hi, Every time I start up the AirVPN client on OS X, it prompts for admin credentials ("AirVPN wants to make changes. Type your password to allow this."). My situation is such, that I need to launch AirVPN automatically and unintrusively on computer startup - without this dialog popping up every time. I've tried changing the owner of the app to root, and I've also tried an AppleScript as such: do shell script "sudo open -a /Applications/AirVPN.app" user name "User" password "PW" with administrator privileges but still no go, keeps asking for privileges. Is there a certain file that AirVPN is trying to modify that should perhaps be writable? Or how do I otherwise get around this? I've seen several similar threads on this forum, but so far no answer. This is crucial for me to keep using AirVPN service. If it is not possible, please let me know as well so I can look for a different solution. Thank you for your time!