Hi Matt Bull,
I'm sorry to hear about this, I think this is a long standing issue.
It would be best to contact our customer support regarding this technical issue, thanks for your understanding
Lénaïc RIÉDINGER, Global Community Engineer Tableau
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Now that we are closer to the release date (9.25.17) of Mac OS High Sierra I'm curious if anyone else has tried the most recent install of Tableau Desktop to see if it is working?
I'm running Tableau 10.3.2 on Mac OS Sierra 10.12.6 and it runs great, but I'd love to update to the new Mac OS update next week (10.13) but can't afford to have issues with Tableau Desktop... So any experience with it thus far with the beta would be greatly appreciated!
I'd also like to update to 10.13 but need to confirm that there are no issues with Tableau Desktop 10.3 before doing so.
Update for everyone. I updated my main machine today and have been playing around with Tableau Desktop 10.4 with Mac OS High Sierra (10.13) And I've had 0 problems. It appears to be working quite well and even a bit more stable if anything. So I'm confident in recommending that you work won't be hindered by upgrading.
I have Tableau desktop running with OSX 10.13 (High Sierra) and now encountered problems with APFS file system while t seems to work fine with HFS+ file system. I opened a ticket for that. Problem exists with Tableau 10.3. and 10.4
Hi Wolfgang - Did you get a resolution to this? I'm planning to upgrade to High Sierra this weekend and don't want my Tableau Desktop (10.3.5) to be affected...
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I had similar issues when trying to open Tableau Desktop (any version of 10.x.x) on macOS High Sierra 10.13.3, giving me some error about how Tableau does not currently support case-sensitive file systems. I am on a case-sensitive, encrypted APFS file system, so this is what was causing the issues. The work around was to do the following:
1. Open Disk Utility and click to "Add APFS Volume"
2. Choose format "APFS" -- not the other options including "encrypted", "case-sensitive", or "case-sensitive, encrypted"
3. Once installed, drag the Tableau application to that volume you created using your Finder window, then open from there