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That's easy. Disable the Auto Capture Keyboard.
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Select the folder in Finder and open Get Info (⌘I). Click the padlock in the bottom-right corner of the Get Info window and authenticate. Set up the permissions, then click the gear and select Apply to enclosed items….
The high level, brief answer is that you should run the beta software on bare metal. I'm not aware of any virtualization package that supports El Capitan yet. I don't think virtual box has the best support of any OS X as a guest operating system when running on Mac hardware, so I would recommend VMware if you must virtualize.
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