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Hello everyone,

Just wanted to ask you guys if you knew how
to disable the safari password prompt.

I"m not sure what I did but somehow whenever I
turn on safari, it requires me to put in the admin password.

What did I do to start it in the first place and how can I
disable the password prompt?

Thanks!!!
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