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I found an answer that works perfectly (although it requires temporarily adding a password to your user first): Open the Terminal Type: sudo visudo Enter your user's password (create one if necessary). Change this line FROM: %admin ALL=(ALL) ALL TO: %admin ALL=(ALL) NOPASSWD: ALL (press 'i' to enter insert mode if you can't edit the text) Write and ...
It's not only possible – it's mandatory! Apple knew that they can't trust their fingerprint sensor to work 100% of the time, so they won't even allow you to enable Touch ID unless you also set a passcode. Once you've set them up, they're both equally capable of unlocking your phone. You can either "slide to unlock" and enter your passcode or just scan your ...
You might be interested in exporting all of the KeyChain in to Text file that you can save for later uses. Be aware anyone with access to your computer can now plainly see that information. Run this in Terminal sudo security dump-keychain -d login.keychain > keychain.txt You will have to click "Allow" till done, or use script that does that, but ...
It can happen one forgets the password. Apple knows that and has made every effort to help you with recovering it. The quickest way is to go to Apple website and request password reset. It is a Automated process, and you will receive a email from Apple, so look for it. There is more help here https://support.apple.com/en-us/HT201487
Press the refresh icon to the far right of the print job. This should bring up the dialogue for your credentials, supply these and then make sure to check the box to save them to your keychain and then it will pass this through for any subsequent print jobs.
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