Oct 08, 2010 Please contact your nearest consumer forums and get this 'automatic renewal' clause without warning the consumer of his rights revoked. No software company is supposed to do this, which we as consumers should be aware of.
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- Jul 24, 2019 If renewal fails because the server couldn't be contacted, retries occur once per hour or whenever there is a network transition. If renewal fails after contacting the server, retries occur once every 24 hours, ensuring that multiple unsuccessful attempts don't cause a user's account to become locked. Restarting the Mac does not affect this.
See which certificates are eligible for automatic renewal
Only ADCertificates delivered as part of a device profile are eligible for automatic renewal.
The following certificates are not eligible and must be renewed manually:
- ADCertificate payloads delivered as part of a user profile
- Certificates delivered as part of an SCEP payload of any kind
- Certificates delivered as part of a profile that contains a mobile device management (MDM) payload
- Certificates delivered as part of an over-the-air (OTA) enrollment profile
Enable or disable automatic renewal of eligible certificates
In macOS High Sierra 10.13.4 or later, eligible certificates renew automatically. If you don't want the certificate in a payload to renew automatically, you can add an 'EnableAutoRenewal' key (boolean), with a value of FALSE.
Or, to disable automatic certificate renewal for all payloads, enter this command in Terminal on your Mac:
To enable automatic downloads in macOS Sierra 10.12.4 through macOS High Sierra 10.13.3, enter this command in Terminal:
Certificates that automatically renew can't be renewed manually, including in Profiles preferences or using the
profiles -W command. Automatic renewal occurs on the same schedule that determines when to show the Update button in Profiles preferences, or when to send the user a notification that the certificate is expiring. If renewal fails, retries occur on this fixed schedule:
- If renewal fails because the server couldn't be contacted, retries occur once per hour or whenever there is a network transition.
- If renewal fails after contacting the server, retries occur once every 24 hours, ensuring that multiple unsuccessful attempts don't cause a user's account to become locked. Restarting the Mac does not affect this schedule.
Okay, this is my first question here.
I found out that macs (or wherever you spell it) are not unvulnerable.
I already know all that stuff about XProtect and Gatekeeper.
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My question is:
If I think my mac could be infected (It's not, but I don't wanna take the risk) and I heard quite good reviews of Avast!, should I try it out?
I already tried using a free antivirus found on the AppStore (VirusBarrier Express) but it didn't worked as expected,
shutting down before finishing the search of viruses, and , as I play online games a lot, and I've downloaded wrappers and that stuff
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(I owned the games I wrapped, as I used to have a windows computer) I want to know if there's any spyware on my computer.
Please, don't answer stuff like 'antivirus software *****' or 'mac is impossible to be infected', as I want a real answer, it's a serious topic.
MacBook Pro (15-inch Mid 2012), iOS 7.1