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Sorry, by design the Guest users are Guests (temporary visitors). They do not require password and you can not set one. Your only other alternative is to set up a user account with password. However, that could bring trouble and I would not trust the 4 years one, he/she could find how to change password and then you are locked out :)
We have ended up getting around the issue by running the command: sudo /System/Library/CoreServices/ManagedClient.app/Contents/Resources/createmobileaccount –v –P –n networkusername We are still not sure why it wouldn't just automatically create the account but this has worked for what we needed. Thanks
If you're using a shell script to open applications, try something like this: osascript -e 'launch app "ScreenRecycler"' pgrep -qx Alfred||open -jga Alfred sleep 10 pgrep -qx Mail||open -jga Mail pgrep -qx Transmission||open -jga Transmission You can run the script at login by for example saving the plist below as ~/Library/LaunchAgents/some.label.plist. ...
So since I've not seen any recommendations I'm going to go ahead and put forth the answer that I've gone forward with so far. The solution so far for me has been Startupizer. It's not optimal obviously since it is both a paid for solution and it is not a method that is directly available from the OS, but it works and has allowed me to create dependency ...
I had this same baffling problem today (Lion 10.7.5) and dscacheutil -flushcache fixed it for me, as suggested in a comment in some blog.
Or share via Dropbox or a similar service
There are several options: First, set up a shared folder on your account (or both if you need both way) so that every file you'll copy there will be visible from your friend account. You already have a public folder which can accomplish this. Next, you can enable fast user switch from Preferences > Users & Groups > Login Options. Doing so, you'll have ...
The Deleted Users folder contains DMGs of users that you've deleted. When deleting a user in System Preferences → Users & Groups, you are given the option of saving that user's home folder as a DMG in a Deleted Users folder: Save the home folder in a disk image The disk image is saved in the Deleted Users folder (in the Users folder). ...
No clue where they come from, is your macbook refurbished by any chance? Just remove them if you don't use them. They have no username, so they kinda don't have any folder related.
For anyone in the future that might have this issue (who knows...) here is what I did to fix it: Go into System Preferences and delete your old user account. Leave your home folder. DO NOT ERASE IT. Recreate the user. Right click on the user and select "Advanced Options" If the home folder location is wrong (if you had it on a different hard drive) change ...
Activation Lock has no documented bypass, so your primary course of action will be to file a claim with whomever received your payment to reverse the transaction if they cannot locate the person who has the lock on the device. How can I bypass Activation Lock? The Apple ID that has the lock can simply log into the web interface at iCloud and remove that ...
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