Hi, when XtraFinder is launching I always get a message that SIP is enabled. But I disabled it with "csrutil disable" from the recovery partition and the status says just "System Integrity Protection status: disabled" when I write "csrutil status" in the Terminal. In some of the earlier beta versions of El Capitan it showed something similar as in the first screenshot but all listed options were disabled. I can't remember if those were the same options but I think it had been only five and not six. Maybe it's that debugging restriction that has to be disabled in addition but I don't know how to do it. XtraFinder seems to work normally in both cases just that message is annoying. But I am not 100% sure if really everything works like it should because I never used it before. The XtraFinder website says in its workaround only a part of SIP has to be disabled with "csrutil enable --without debug". The status looks like that if I do it and I don't get the message anymore: Could it be that there is any option what is disabled by that command but not when I think it is completely disabled or is it just a bug of XtraFinder what looks only for that special configuration? The support of XtraFinder did not answer me. I wrote an email already some weeks ago. I did not find any other commands to disable options in addition to the "completely" disabled SIP. Or how the "without" command for the other options could be. When I type "csrutil help" it just shows this: I already tried things like "csrutil disable --with(out) debug". I think it did not recognize anything behind the disable command because it always happened the same as with just "csrutil disable". So like I already wrote I need some command like "csrutil enable --without everything". Does anyone here maybe know if there is a way to do that or if it's just an incorrect message from XtraFinder? I would be happy for any help.