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OS 10.4 - 3rd party apps and Parent Control


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I work with a new mac lab on a school campus. We have applications restricted in the student accounts using parental controls. We allow specific apps such as iworks, ilife etc to be used. When we load 3rd party apps like typing software, and give it permission under the admin account to be used in the student account, the app does not show up in finder and allow access. Need some help. Thanks
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