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  1. #1
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    MacOS server point.

    Mind update the MacOS server application to some legit developer? we don't want to risk our computer to some memory loss problems and such, craft this application straight before publish it.

  2. #2
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    What?? Is this question really related to TeamSpeak????

    There is no risk to lose any data when you use the TeamSpeak server on Mac OS.
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  3. #3
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    unregistrated software bro, i just dont remove this block while im running programs on my mac, anyway if you wont registrate the software then im done here thanks for taking your time reading my post. you can delete this thread.

  4. #4
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    We are not 100% what you mean, but we think that you mean the certificate for apps.

    We only use that certificate for our client app bundle and will not use it for the server.
    The server is not such an app bundle. It's compressed file container and the server has to be started via console.
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