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On my iMac with the latest Ventura version, when using the Zoom app, when I start the screen sharing and choose the Chrome page I want to share, a small box pops with the green outline and then my user account is promptly logged off as if I clicked the log off button. I have to log back into the computer then.
I've uninstalled the Zoom app and reinstalled it - and about every other thing I've researched - to no avail. Anyone have an idea which direction to look in?
I got it to work! And I fixed the major lag that was happening after I fixed it. (I still need to try it with an actual participant but it's working for me when I'm in the app and it wasn't before.)
- Uninstall, reinstall, reboot (I'm sure you did that)
- On Mac... Settings>Privacy & Security>Full Disk Access; allow us.zoom
For the lag:
Here's something to try that worked for me:
Go into zoom settings
Under “Screen Share” -> Advanced -> Screen Capture Mode
Set Screen Capture Mode to “Previous Operating Systems”