Yesterday's release of Mac OS X 10.9 Mavericks has spawned many questions about compatibility with Kerio Connect and Kerio Control. We're happy to announce that both products work on and/or with Mavericks. The longer answer is that some manual (but temporary) workarounds may be necessary for proper operation.
Kerio Connect 8.2.0 will run on Mac OS X 10.9 Mavericks and Mavericks server without any issues.
The Kerio Connect auto-configuration utility, used for easy configuration of client applications, does not work properly at this time. Now with the final Mavericks release in hand, we are finalizing and testing a fix that will reinstate full compatibility of the auto-configuration utility, which will be available very soon in the next Kerio Connect service release. In the meantime the client application on Mac OS X 10.9 can be configured manually using IMAP, CalDAV and CardDAV accounts.
Kerio VPN client
The following KB article provides a fairly simple (but temporary) workaround to bypass a new security check that was introduced in the Mavericks Operating System, which prevents the Kerio VPN service from loading:
Kerio VPN Client and Mac OS X 10.9 Mavericks compatibility
This is a temporary workaround as we plan to provide full support for Apple's new signature authentication in the Kerio VPN client with the release of Kerio Control 8.2, expected to release within the next month.
Original article available on our blog.
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