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Up to and including OS X v10.8 Mountain Lion, to make changes to the authorization rules of the OS it was necessary to edit the text file /etc/authorization. Starting with OS X v10.9 Mavericks, Apple switched to a SQLite database located in /var/db/auth.db. To make changes there, the security command line tool needs to be used. (This also worked before, however editing a text file usually is easier.) For example: To allow users to make changes to the Network control panel in System Preferences, run the following commands as root:

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That’s the officially supported way. To see the contents of /var/db/auth.db, run the command

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and open /tmp/auth.txt with your favorite text editor. For more details, the tutorial by Der Flounder might appear useful. A table of the default rights can be found at Dragon Systems Software Limited.


Unsupported alternative: Edit /System/Library/Security/authorization.plist, then rename or delete /var/db/auth.db and reboot.

Another unsupported alternate: Use SQLite commands to directly edit /var/db/auth.db.

Optimized for Unity Version:2020.1.3f1

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READ BELOW FOR MAC OS CATALINA USERS ONLY:Make sure you’ve applied the updates for the latest version 10.15.6 with the supplementaryupdate. In addition Catalina has security settings which may not allow Unity to properlyload Wwise soundbanks. To bypass the security precautions that the Mac OS has put in placeyou need to type the following line into the Terminal:

sudo spctl --master-disable

Followed by your computer password to complete the command. This does leave your computermore open to hacker attacks, so do this at your own risk, be careful and consider yourselfappropriately warned.

Then when finished working on the project,restore the security settings with the following Terminal command:

sudo spctl --master-enable

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Note that you’ll need to also enter your computer password after the command in order tocomplete it.