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Can anyone tell me why it is that I am getting a box with the msg. "Scheduler wants to make changes - please enter your username and PW" almost every time I wake my Mac OS X 10.9.2 Mavericks?
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Addendum to question by samfromhernando: I've looked and looked and I do not have an "App" by the name of "Scheduler".
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What apps do you have loading at Startup?

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