Mac security settings will sometimes generate a message that a software installer is damaged. In the case of TreeAge Pro, this does not actually mean that the installer is bad. Instead the Mac is not allowing installers from a third party (in this case TreeAge Software) from running on the computer.
To modify the security settings on the Mac, please follow these instructions:
- Open System Preferences.
- Select the category Security & Privacy.
- Select the tab General.
- If necessary, click the Lock icon to unlock this set of preferences.
- Under the heading “Allow applications downloaded from” label, choose the radio button “Anywhere”.
- Install TreeAge Pro.
- If desired, return the System Preferences to their prior setting.
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