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Not sure if its the same problem, but on an account with parental controls, upgraded from Mavericks from Yosemite, I can no longer access HTTPS (SSL) websites. I can access HTTP websites until I access a HTTPS website. Once an SSL website is attempted, all communication ceases. I tried lots of combinations. I'm also running Little Snitch, but I disabled it. ...


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I had the same problem after upgrading to Mac 10.10 Yosemite. As a temporary workaround to this bug, you must disable Parental Controls on the problematic accounts. If the problem still persists after removing the Parental Controls using Settings, you may need to take an extra step to be sure the managed account status has been cleared. Simply grant admin ...


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You can find the caches folder here (I’m not sure if the path is always the same or is unique for each OS X, consider digging through /var/folders/th/ if you can’t find it. Or use application such as AppCleaner to reveal the caches folders: /var/folders/th/k1mj9dgx0xddk2mcl_p1707r0000gn/C/com.apple.iCal ...


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Post the contents of /etc/hosts If you have anything regarding google.com there you should remove it.


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Assuming you've done this already but just to confirm. This will set you up to use Google's DNS service. Open the Network pane in System Preferences. Select the Network connection that is actually in use as indicated by the green dot. Click Advanced... Select the DNS tab. Enter the values from the below screenshot. Take note of anything that is already ...


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Google has shared knowledge how to disable it correctly. You don't need to remove or mangle any files you have on your system. You should set check interval to zero like this: defaults write com.google.Keystone.Agent checkInterval 0 After you done you can update google products from command line or Finder by running CheckForUpdatesNow.command command ...



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