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Solution for the Support: the solution for 13 Ventura works for 14 Sonoma.

Hi, on this page: https://support.norton.com/sp/en/us/home/current/solutions/v20221020120926278, the support says that there is a bypass to the problem of multiple prompts of Full Disk Access for Mac OS 13 Ventura, but that the team is still working for a solution to Mac OS 14 Sonoma.

So, without anything better, I tried the solution for 13 Ventura on my 14 Sonoma, and it occurs that it perfectly works! The problem was that the OS mentioned the extension On when it was Off and reversely, and you can turn it in all the ways, you're still prompted. The solution is to suppress the Norton System Extension, quit the settings of Mac OS and to quit Norton's last installation, relaunch Norton, and it's okay.

In Norton product, it is mentioned about the extension "Norton", but this one can exist and it is not the right one. As explained in the video, this is actually the extension "Norton System Extension".

You can check in the attached picture that my Norton product is wholly functional on OS 14 Sonoma.

My exact configuration:

Mac OS 14.0 Sonoma on the last Intel MacBook Pro;

Norton 360 vers. 8.8.7 - Build 51.

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Re: Solution for the Support: the solution for 13 Ventura works for 14 Sonoma.

Thanks for the feedback and sharing.

SA

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Re: Solution for the Support: the solution for 13 Ventura works for 14 Sonoma.

You're welcome.

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