I once took my personal iMac to work and enterprise policy settings have been downloaded unto it. I am trying to download the OS X EL Capitan beta and I keep getting the software update policy on the mac will not allow it. I would like to disable this setting as it is my private mac, but I have no idea how to or where to do it.

    Administrators use Configuration Profiles in Mac OS X to standardize settings & behaviour.

    A configuration profile can contain settings for configuring a user’s Mail account, Wi-Fi settings, VPN settings, and more.

    To view installed configuration profiles

    1. Choose Apple menu > System Preferences, and then click Profiles.

    Mac os X profiles

    1. View the list of profiles installed & their details as shown

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    1. To remove the profiles, select the it & click (-)

    As you said this is your personal computer. Assuming you didn't do anything of this sort, you should be good to remove all the profiles listed & restart the computer to bring the changes in effect

    • Thanks The_IT_Guy I have checked its actually there with a profile called Block OS X Beta releases. Unfortunately when I click on it, the remove button is disabled. Looks like I might have to take my iMac all d way in to work to have this removed. Any other ideas?– BolaAug 4 '15 at 15:02
    • Have you tried booting into **safe mode**/booting while holding shift & removing it ?– punAug 4 '15 at 15:34
    • @Bola, also you can refer to this post– punAug 4 '15 at 17:34

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