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Bridge 2023 write permissions error has occured

New Here ,
May 09, 2023 May 09, 2023

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Hi!

Been scanning this plase for a solution. Just got a new Mac mini M2 Pro, running on Ventura 13.3.1

Photoshop opened up without any issues, but trying the 2023 version of bridge got me this error message;

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Found the solution here:
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But when I do open Terminal and write the above line I get this:

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I am the only user on this computer, totally new and should be the admin, but it says there is no such user?

Probably a mac support question but maybe some of you know what I could do here?

Cheers in advance
Calle

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May 10, 2023 May 10, 2023

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This might be an Apple Permissions issue. Please check that the following have been done.

 

Go into the System Preferences and select the Privacy & Security tab on the left. Note that there are two options on the right you'll need to deal with: "Files and Folders," and "Full Disk Access."

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First, going into Files and Folders, note that in various years of different releases of Adobe Bridge, different needs are needed. I do not know why this is, but it's always better to check and make sure that just because you did it for one release, you may or may not need it for a subsequent release.

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Lastly, go into the Full Disk Access option. If you do not see your application in the list, click on the "+" symbol at the very bottom of the window. This will bring up a standard Finder window. Navigate to your Applications Folder, find Adobe Bridge, and add it to the list (You will need to add your Administrator's password to do this.). Then you can "switch" it to the "ON" position. 

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This may solve your problem.

Please let us know if that works or not.

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May 11, 2023 May 11, 2023

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Thanks for the reply Gary.
I solved it thanks to the diskutil in Terminal, I tried again and must have writen the sentence wrong, so when i copy pasted the line it did what it supposed to do and after that I could start Bridge 2023.

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