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You may need to run Keychain Repair to fix a few items in it that could be problematic. This issue is apparent due to the popups from the system requesting your Keychain password. To check keychains for problems using Keychain First Aid: Open Keychain Access, located in the Utilites folder in the Applications folder. Choose Keychain Access > Keychain First ...
Yes, it's possible with iTunes 12.1.2 which was released today.
I assume it's a little late for your phone call, but for anyone else with this problem you can force both the OS X and iOS Contacts apps to sync with different methods. OS X Close (and reopen?) the Contacts app. iOS (8) Touch Groups on the top left, then drag down until the spinner at the top fills up.
There isn't an "ubiquity" you can simply disable IMO. I would exhaust other avenues of solving this problem. Random shutdowns are irritating, but the best thing I have is to train the user to: Get sysdiagnose each time it happens. (or right after the reboot / when the problem is noticed) Log the date and time of the error on a piece of paper Establish ...
I'm doing that with Phoshare. I'm using automator for running an apple script when my iMac starts. This script calls phoshare to sync my events with the NAS. The apple script look like: cd /Applications/Phoshare-1.5.2.app/Contents/MacOS ./Phoshare \ --export "/Volumes/photo/2015" \ --iphoto "/Users/toto/Pictures/iPhoto Library.photolibrary" \ -e ...
OSX has NTP built in, and enabled by default already. From the Apple menu -> System Preferences -> Date and Time Make sure that Set Date and Time Automatically is checked. That's NTP. You can pick a default Apple NTP server, or set your own, eg. pick one from here: http://www.pool.ntp.org/zone/north-america For UTC time zone, click over to the Time Zone ...
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