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I can't access the java applet on my mac.

Poking around the java preferences, I saw an odd entry with a red circle (I assume that means to deny access?) for it in the security section. When I highlight that entry and hit the remove button, I get an error, as seen in this screenshot:

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Is there somewhere I can go on the filesystem to clear out all of these? Other solution?

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Nevermind, figured it out.

Delete a file called in your ~/Library/Preferences/... and everything works out.

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