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    Shawn,<br>
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    I know what Gatekeeper does, which is why I referenced "Gatekeeper
    set to default", which is<br>
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    Allow applications downloaded from:&nbsp; Mac App Store and identified
    developers<br>
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    The problem is that your installer is obviously signed, but is
    giving an "unidentified developer"&nbsp; message.&nbsp; Are you still an
    "identified developer"?<br>
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    Regards,<br>
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    Jim Thomas, CSCIP/G<br>
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    <div class="moz-cite-prefix">On 5/10/13 9:29 AM, Shawn Geddis wrote:<br>
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      <div>OS X: About Gatekeeper<span class="Apple-tab-span"
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        Lion)</div>
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          <div>On May 10, 2013, at 9:31 AM, Jim Thomas &lt;<a
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          <blockquote type="cite">Shawn,<br>
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            I noticed this with our own installers, and in
            troubleshooting, found it with yours, too.<br>
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            With Gatekeeper set to default, double-clicking the signed
            installer pkg results in the following error:<br>
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            "Smart Card Services Update 2.0b2-ML-signed" can't be
            installed because it is from an unidentified developer.<br>
            Your security preferences allow installation of only apps
            from the Mac App Store and identified developers.<br>
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            Any insight would be appreciated.<br>
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            Regards,<br>
            <br>
            Jim Thomas, CSCIP/G<br>
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