FREEDOME VPN terminates after asking for account elevation
This topic explains what to do if FREEDOME VPN terminates after having asked for account elevation.
When you install or upgrade FREEDOME VPN, you are asked to elevate your user account and enter the administrator password as FREEDOME VPN requires administrator rights for the configuration. Instead, FREEDOME VPN fails to complete the configuration and terminates itself.
You may have manually removed your "root" account from the
/etc/sudoers file on your Mac, which means you do not have sufficient access rights to allow FREEDOME VPN to gain root access for the configuration.
To solve this problem, add "root" back to your
/etc/sudoers file before you start installing or upgrading FREEDOME VPN. After FREEDOME VPN has been installed and you have successfully connected to a virtual location, you may once again remove "root" from the
/etc/sudoer file if you want to. Subsequent virtual location changes will not require root level access.
Note: Your next FREEDOME VPN upgrade will again require "root" in the