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This morning I was surprised seeing that my Mac mini has updated to 10.12.2 (16C32e) beta although I did opt out under the System Preferences from receiving future beta updates (Screenshot.

I am an Enterprise Developer so I believe that this is part of the Developers Beta and not the Public Beta, I mainly develop on iOS and would rather keep working on a non-beta machine so that my development could go smoothly without any beta bumps.

Any suggestions?

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Try using the following Terminal command to manually reset the Software Update catalog to the default end-user list:

sudo softwareupdate --clear-catalog

This won't remove the current beta build from your Mac, but it should reset to the correct release version next time one comes out.

  • Will try it I guess before the next Beta as I don't want to stay stuck with the first beta. I'll update you then with my findings – Pinchus G. Nov 1 '16 at 12:23
  • Since Apple released 10.12.2 to the general public I now ran that command and received in response "Changed catalog to Apple production"; I'll now wait for the next Beta to pop-up on the Developers site and I hope that by then I shouldn't see these Betas popping into my updates. – Pinchus G. Dec 14 '16 at 11:57

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