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Aug
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revised iCloud password prompt on OS X Yosemite startup
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Aug
4
comment iCloud password prompt on OS X Yosemite startup
For some reason my comment above got truncated (and now I can't edit it). Anyway, what I meant to ask was, by "Apple ID password" you mean the "master" password for the iCloud account? I was in doubt as I have 2 different Apple IDs (one for iTunes, App Store etc, another for iCloud). In any case, it's irrelevant now as I ended up having to generate an App-Sepecific password for this mysterious prompt. For the App Name I gave it "User Notification Center" :-) This resolved the problem.
Aug
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accepted iCloud password prompt on OS X Yosemite startup
Aug
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comment iCloud password prompt on OS X Yosemite startup
I had the same problem with iMessage/Facetime as well and resolved it with app specific passwords for them. When you say login with your Apple ID password,
Aug
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asked iCloud password prompt on OS X Yosemite startup
Jul
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awarded  Notable Question
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awarded  Popular Question
May
30
revised After migrating to iCloud Photo Library can the iLifeAssetManagement folder be deleted?
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May
30
revised After migrating to iCloud Photo Library can the iLifeAssetManagement folder be deleted?
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May
30
accepted After migrating to iCloud Photo Library can the iLifeAssetManagement folder be deleted?
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answered After migrating to iCloud Photo Library can the iLifeAssetManagement folder be deleted?
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asked iOS Videos app randomly displaying playback controls
Apr
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awarded  Popular Question
Apr
24
comment After migrating to iCloud Photo Library can the iLifeAssetManagement folder be deleted?
@tubedogg yes, and I have that enabled. However, I still don't see anything changing in my iLifeAssetManagement folder. It's worth adding that there aren't any devices using my iCloud account which don't have iCloud Photo Library enabled, so My Photo Stream seems redundant.
Apr
22
comment What is iLifeAssetManagement, and can I delete it?
@Arne I've posted a new question asking if the folder can be deleted. The new infrastructure doesn't store its data on your Mac separately from your Photos.app library, as was the case with PhotoStream and iPhoto. It doesn't need to as it's all stored in the cloud. And FWIW, I've found iCloud Photo Library super robust.
Apr
22
asked After migrating to iCloud Photo Library can the iLifeAssetManagement folder be deleted?
Apr
22
accepted How do I remove an iMessage account from OS X (Yosemite) Messages app?