Unable to install on M3 mac, when is a native access that works going to be released?

Patrick Pagano
Patrick Pagano Member Posts: 7 Member

I just tried unsuccessfully for an hour to install ANYTHING via Native Access on my new imac m3. I tried all the Full Disk Access hints, the uninstall stuff and the re-install, It does not work.

I use KONTAKT all the time and need it for client work and teaching. This Native access has painted NI and me into a corner, Thousands of dollars of content inaccessible.

This needs to be fixed ASAP

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  • Patrick Pagano
    Patrick Pagano Member Posts: 7 Member
    Answer ✓

    I switched Private Relay off/on and then off again and it worked.

    On Your MAcbook go to settings and go to Full Disk Access --> give Native Access & NTK Daemon Full Disk Access. You have to navigate to select them both Applications-->Native Access and NTK Daemon [do a google to find where it lives, I think it's Library--Application Support--Native Instruments--NTK Daemon but google and check, then go to Settings and click on you and go to your icloud settings and turn OFF, Private Relay in ICloud. Then REBOOT. After Reboot, stuff will work

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  • woza
    woza Member Posts: 2 Newcomer

    I'm in the same position. I've just bought a MacBook Pro with a M3 Pro chip. I have Machine, Konplete 14, Traktor Pro 3 and loads more software. Nothing will download.

    so frustrated!!

  • Patrick Pagano
    Patrick Pagano Member Posts: 7 Member

    YuP

    They need to fix this ASAP

  • Ed M
    Ed M Member Posts: 139 Advisor

    try shutting off Private Relay in your iCloud settings, reboot, open Native Access and try to install again. If needed, when finished in NA, turn Private Relay back on.

  • Patrick Pagano
    Patrick Pagano Member Posts: 7 Member

    Private Relay was already off, thanks though Ed M.

  • Remosant
    Remosant Member Posts: 1 Newcomer

    In my case, native Access force me to install NTKDaemon, of which little is known. I have a Mac m3 pro. @nativeinstrument can you clarify?

  • Patrick Pagano
    Patrick Pagano Member Posts: 7 Member
    Answer ✓

    I switched Private Relay off/on and then off again and it worked.

    On Your MAcbook go to settings and go to Full Disk Access --> give Native Access & NTK Daemon Full Disk Access. You have to navigate to select them both Applications-->Native Access and NTK Daemon [do a google to find where it lives, I think it's Library--Application Support--Native Instruments--NTK Daemon but google and check, then go to Settings and click on you and go to your icloud settings and turn OFF, Private Relay in ICloud. Then REBOOT. After Reboot, stuff will work

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