Hopefully, this will make sense and someone will be able to help.
I'm using RDM (Mac) to access some client computers in remote locations.
I tend to be security conscious, so any of the machines that I connect to are set to lock after nn minutes (nn=period). I have also password protected RDM on my Mac to prevent the possibility of unauthorized access. I also have the Security Setting set to "Lock application when idle" and that is set for 15 minutes.
So, here's the problem.
I open RDM, enter my password, access my client machine (Client A) and log in to Client A (Windows User - manual entry). I'm working happily away, say for an hour or so, and then I get up to take a break.
After the requesite period, Client A locks and when I wish to access it again I have to enter my Windows Password - No problem getting this done. If I now want to access a different machine through the RDM interface, I find that it too is locked, as prescribed by me in the settings and I have to re-enter my password. This too is expected.
Here's the twist. When I enter my password, it indicates that I have entered the password incorrectly and presents me with another dialogue, at the top of the RDM UI to re-enter the password. No matter how many times I try, and I know that I'm using the correct password, I cannot get in to the 'control panel' to access any of the client connections that I have recorded/saved.
What's more, in order to close the program so that I can restart from scratch, I have to go through the Force Quit... of OSX because the "Quit" from RDM is no longer available. In fact, there are quite a few items that are not available, not that any come to mind right now.
I will try and remember to snap some images for showing if this cannot be replicated.
Looking forward to hearing back from you to see if I'm missing something here.