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iOS will require a typed passcode after 8 consecutive hours of not using Touch ID, if you haven't used your passcode to unlock within the last six days. Documented in Apple's iOS Security pdf See more details: http://www.macworld.com/article/3072181/ios/new-touch-id-rules-why-you-have-to-enter-your-passcode-when-you-wake-up.html
Put your iPad into recovery mode by pressing home and power button simultaneously. When your iPad turns into recovery mode, connect it to your PC or laptop. Then your iTunes will display a dialogue box stating that your device is in recovery mode. Click OK. Then you can restore your device via iTunes.
OS X doesn't set a root password by default, so it's not possible to log in or su to root. The preferred way to run commands as root is sudo, since that requires your admin password instead of the (nonexistent) root password. sudo works a little different from su, as it's really intended to run single commands as root. Generally, you just use sudo as a ...
You don't need to boot from it to recover data - in fact it's probably far easier if you don't. If you have the drive mounted from an external USB, you can just Get Info & check 'ignore ownership' - that will work unless the drive is encrypted. If it is, you need the password.
I suggest you switch HDDs with the one on the sled and have it put on the functional MBP and just access the recovery partition from there. :)
security find-generic-password -ga <account> You can find the account by opening Keychain Access, opening the application password (titled Exchange) and looking at the Account field. It should be in the form emailaddress@server e.g. ‘email@example.com@mail.example.com’. Upon running this command, you will be prompted to allow access to the item ...
You can reset your login keychain by opening Keychain Access from /Applications/Utilities and in Preferences selecting Reset My Default Keychain. Be aware of the statement shown beside the reset button.
You can prevent them from accessing the App Store by restricting access to it: Settings -- General -- Restrictions A passcode needs to be set, keep it at a safe place as any other password.
I got bit by this too. Changes login from iCloud password to custom and...logging in via iCloud password is indeed no longer available. So, until this changes, to paraphrase (badly) an old Willie Nelson song, Mama, don't let your children grow-up to change their password preferences from iCloud password.
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