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Support and Troubleshooting

If you encounter a problem installing or using the Software Client for macOS, there are a number of troubleshooting and support resources you can access.

  • We maintain an extensive knowledge base which answers many questions and documents solutions to common problems. The knowledge base is part of the Knowledge Center; click on the Articles tab to access it, or enter a search query in the search field at the top of the page.

  • We host a community forum, allowing you to ask questions and get answers from other IT professionals and our support team, which monitors this channel. The forum is part of the Knowledge Center; click on the Discussions tab to access it.

  • If you need more help, open a support ticket and our support team will engage with you directly.

Creating a Support Bundle

Our support team may request a support bundle from you. The support file is an archive containing logs, diganostic data, and system information that helps the team diagnose problems.

To create a support file:

  1. Open a terminal window.
  2. Launch the support bundler:

    sudo /Applications/

The support bundler will collect diagnostic information and logs, and bundle them into a .tar.gz archive in the user's home directory. Support bundle files look like this: supportbundle-client-2021-04-21T21212112Z.tar.gz.

Finding Your Client Version

You can find your Software Client for macOS version number from the pre-session interface, or, if you're already in a session, from the client menu bar.

  • Pre-session: If you are not in a session:

    1. Click the Info icon in the top left of the client interface. The Anyware Client | About pop-up dialog appears displaying version information.
  • In-session: If you are in a session:

    1. Find or reveal the client menu bar

    2. Select Anyware Anyware Client > About Anyware Anyware Client.

    3. Find the version number in the information window that appears.