0 Replies Latest reply: Nov 11, 2013 8:02 AM by Marvino El Martiano
Marvino El Martiano Level 1 Level 1

As I have it, the options are "use defaults" / "always trust" / "never trust" -- so "no value specified" is not an option.


Also, it was not on "use system defaults" but on "always trust".


Any explanation?



Upgrading this system to 10.9 (mavericks)  creates severe trouble: before, non-working Appstore and iTunes Store was minor nuisance, now I cannot even install Java or do a security update! Very weird. 


Revert to 10.7.5 from TimeMachine backup: problem as-is (no appstore, no itunes store, and certificates-complaints starting up itunes).


Clean install from a bootable USB stick: all goes well... Then use TimeMachine backup for transferring my data/apps/licences: appstore Kaput! itunes store Kaput! iBooks Kaput!

Mac mini, Mac OS X (10.7.5)