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    Quote Originally Posted by chas_m View Post
    You could just turn off the software firewall. It's unnecessary and was shipped in the "off" position by default. For a reason.
    I thought about it, but just in case I wanna keep it on. What puzzles me is why does the warning keep popping up, even though I have the apps in the safe list (in the advance properties section)...

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    Whoops, totally missed the printerAgent

    Last thing you can try is dumping the firewalls .plist and rebooting (A plist is basically a fancy txt file with settings written in it.)
    Macintosh HD/Library/Preferences/com.apple.alf.plist

    Once you do that all apps you open will reask for permission and maybe the other problem will be fixed as well.
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    Quote Originally Posted by McYukon View Post
    Whoops, totally missed the printerAgent

    Last thing you can try is dumping the firewalls .plist and rebooting (A plist is basically a fancy txt file with settings written in it.)
    Macintosh HD/Library/Preferences/com.apple.alf.plist

    Once you do that all apps you open will reask for permission and maybe the other problem will be fixed as well.
    Hey, thanks, it worked!

    But, by removing this file, I effected didn't disable the firewall did i?

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    No, it should still be on. If you unsure just turn the firewall off/on in the system preferences.
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