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Installation fails for MixMeister 7.7 on OSX.

I receive an error message during installation of Studio 7.7 for OSX. I've tried on both of my machines running OXS 10.13 and towards the end of the installation while running package scripts, the installation fails. I suspect it is a permissions issue even though I have full rights on both machines. Does anyone have a workaround for this or did I just waste $$ on this software?
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    Did you install iLok and can you describe the type of error you are getting?
    I'm running 10.13(.3) to and had no issues reinstalling it, just minutes ago.

    I suspect it's a local issue.
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  • Thanks Marco. I did install iLok and while the program is open I've started the installation process. What I notice during the installation is iLok now pops up this message even though I just downloaded the software from their website. https://www.dropbox.com/s/sqcq510idjk... and this is the message I receive in the MixMeister installation window https://www.dropbox.com/s/v833f2jw5rp...
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  • Apple's new OS includes new security features that require the user to allow a system extension when installing a new driver/software plugin. This is very simple and only needs to be done once for each driver/Pugin. So, if you're installing any new driver on macOS High Sierra, look out for the following pop-up message and check out the driver section for instructions. 


    To enable the extension and allow the driver, navigate to System Preferences > Security & Privacy. Restart the computer first if this is necessary to complete the driver installation. Under the General tab, look for the "System software from developer "(driver developer)" was blocked from loading."



    Click Allow. Follow the prompts to restart the computer if necessary and the device will be recognized normally on startup. It will only be necessary to complete this process once.
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