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Old 01-16-2014, 09:52 PM
strathglass strathglass is offline
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You are opening the application "Copy Job" for the first time.

Are you sure you want to open this application?
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The above (subject line and above sentence) is what I sometimes see when a scheduled backup is about to start. This time I hit Open, but as I recall before if I do not do that it hangs until I hit Open (i.e. the scheduled backup will not run until I do that, IIRC).

The popup window showing this also has the following smaller text (along with a Cancel and Open button):
"The application is in a folder named "Smart Update iMac27BUP2-MacSSD from MacSSD." To see the application in the finder without opening it, click Show Application." (and FYI there is only a Cancel and Open button, no Show Application button).

What must I do to prevent this problem from recurring again?

Thanks in advance.
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