In the new Apple systems (10.13 or for example the new Mojabi 10.14 system), there is a higher level of security than usual!
Apple has configured applications that request access to the system, such as Dropbox (cloud backup), TeamViewer (remote support), and even external Wacom drivers Require approval User to act!
So until the user does not approve the app in the security zone, the app will partially launch.
In the guide, we will know how to approve an application or alternatively cancel (SIP) – the high level of security.
1. How to approve an app?
Go into Apple> system preferences> Then Privacy and security> where you will look for accessibility on the left.
Open the lockdown, then V marks the app.
Note that if the app does not appear, you can try adding it to the list. If no = bug can be added to the system (this happens).
In a situation that cannot be added, SIP must be canceled
2. How to turn off SIP security
You must mount through the recovery partition or an external system installation device – this is mandatory.
Try rebooting the Mac and holding down the command + R button (the operation will resume to a partition). If that doesn’t work, reboot, hold down the alt button until there is a drive selection and try to check if there is a drive called recovery
In the Recovery partition> Search for the top menu Utilities> Then activate the terminal (black color terminal).
Write down the command: csrutil disable – View Image
If everything is correct, a line will successfully disable system integrity protection.
That’s it, restart the Mac and everything is fine!
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