Unable To Copy App To Application Folder In Mac

  
  1. That folder contained the Unix executable file called MemeodHelper. After checking the creation date, I felt comfortable deleting the folder. I have successfully copied my home folder to 3 external drives since deleting the Memeo folder this morning. I hope this helps if the situation is still unresolved.
  2. Click on the checkbox next to the app to give it full disk access. If the app in question is not on the list, you can add it with the + button under the app list, or just drag & drop it from the Applications folder. 7 Click on the Lock icon in order to save changes.
I've been told by the apple store to move my user file to an external HD that I have and is not set up with time machine, so that I can reload OSX and migrate all the information back. However, when I try to drag and drop user in the HD, I get a message saying
'The operation can’t be completed because you don’t have permission to access some of the items.'
So then I tried to copy only the home file in user folder and it says:
The operation can’t be completed because you don’t have permission to access “MemeodHelper”.
It sounds like the problem Servant_ had (above) but I can't find where to delete MemeodHelper.
Also I was reading here:
http://discussions.apple.com/thread.jspa?messageID=11144124&#11144124
And now I am not even sure that IF I am able to copy my user folder to my HD, then when I reload my OSX-SL I will be able to bring it back and make it the user folder on the reloaded OSX-SL.
Can anyone help me with this issue and verify that it will actually work? Thank you.

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Go to Applications Utilities and open ' Disk Utility '. Select your hard drive (usually 'Macintosh HD') from the menu on the left. Click the ' Verify Permissions ' button to check for errors. Afterwards, click ' Repair Permissions ' button to fix errors.