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anandkp

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  1. Hi admins and moderators, +1 to this comment - please let us know how to subscribe to release news so that we receive notifications of the new build without having Eset installed. Thanks for your efforts to see this issue ironed out asap!
  2. Hi! I created my account for this forum just for this topic! I too am experiencing the exact same problem. When I uninstall Eset then reboot, I'm able to view and add apps to the Accessibility permission pane under "Security & Privacy" settings in the "System Preferences" app. I use Eset on ALL my very many home and office devices and install it on all my family member's devices as well. This is a pretty big and significant issue from my point of view. No Anti-Virus, in fact, no program whatsoever, should interfere with the native operation of the OS's system preferences and security settings. It's because this is such an outlandish idea - i.e. that Eset would be the cause of this type of interference with OS system settings - that it didn't occur to me that this may be the cause of the problem. I called Apple support and it was they that advised me that an anti-virus/firewall program may well cause such an issue and THAT'S when I decided to try uninstalling Eset. I truly hope that this issue gets fixed ASAP!!! Please help! For now, I've uninstalled Eset and am using OSX's firewall.
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