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You can still use Workgroup Manager on Mountain Lion. You just have to download it and install it. You can also do it using command line tools, but since you're used to Workgroup Manager, just use that.
open finder, click: command,shift,G type: ~/Library/caches/com.skype.skype then click the folder that is titled as your user name. then click the SKAvatar Cache folder. it should be the first image. Good luck!
See if the permissions of the file /etc/passwd are set up like this: -rwxr--r-- because it reads the user name from the passwd file.
Just click on the app and push Command + "I", or right-click on the app and click "Get Info", or click on the app and navigate to File>Get Info (sixth command from the bottom). All three of these will allow you to see the account name and email of the person who purchased them.
I solved the problem by using iterm=>preferences=>URL_handler and connecting whoami to my username .. after restart on iterm, problem was no more
[repeating my comment as an answer to close the question] When you update a setting using defaults, it generally only affects the current user." http://commandlinemac.blogspot.com/2008/12/defaults-setting-preferences-from.html So I can just run defaults write com.google.Keystone.Agent checkInterval 0 on each of the non-admin accounts where the pop-up ...
We do this by using a management framework that basically has a sudo functionality that's controlled and logged centrally. If you don't want to create your own management framework, look for something like JAMF Software's Casper suite or an open-source framework like munki to manage patches and application installs. I don't know if munki handles the ...
If you're using Mac OS X 10.7 or 10.8 you can create a /etc/launchd.conf file and add your variables as is : setenv PATH /bin:/usr/bin:/Applications/Myapp.app/Contents/bin and reboot
It was Little Snitch :-( I found the solution here https://discussions.apple.com/thread/4676595?start=0&tstart=0 First I put LS into silent mode, allowing all connections, but did not help. Then I disabled it completely and login worked. Then at the new user login it reported that there were connections attempts during logon, I examined these, set them ...
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