Question: macOS needs to repair your Library to run applications. Type your password to allow this.
Just upgraded to macOS Sierra.
Now I'm getting a barrage of:
"macOS needs to repair your Library to run applications. Type your password to allow this.", dialogs. They just keep coming up.
I've tried setting the permissions on the home and library directories, by doing a Get Info->Sharing & Permissions->Select User->Select Read & Write->Apply to Enclosed Items...
This seems to set the permissions as you would expect.
But Safari can't download files to my Downloads Folder. Other changes to settings in other Apps. Don't seem to hold.
Every time I log in again the dialog barrage begins again.
You chose a great time to remove the Repair Permission from Disk Utilities Apple.
So how are we supposed to fix this?
Mac mini (Late 2012), macOS Sierra (10.12)