Installing TreeAge Pro on Mac after permissions error

Earlier Mac installers for TreeAge Pro 2015 forced the installer to run with elevated privileges. This had the unexpected consequence of denying write access to the TreeAge Pro application folder. The best way to solve this problem is to manually delete the TreeAge Pro application folder and repeat the installation with TreeAge Pro 2015, R1.2 or later.

  1. Open Finder.
  2. Navigate to the Applications folder.
  3. Drag the TreeAgePro folder to trash.
  4. Go to www.treeage.com/install.
  5. Enter your serial number.
  6. Download the latest Mac installer.
  7. Run the installer on your computer.


If you are also running into an issue with permissions for a .eclipse folder within your user folder, please click here to access another article.

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