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ASP.NET MVP 8 years running and ASPInsider. InfoSec enthusiast.

Twitter: @vcsjones

Aspiring ProjectEuler solver in F#.


Sep
5
revised FileVault2 Asking for Password Twice?
added 193 characters in body
Sep
5
revised FileVault2 Asking for Password Twice?
Added conclusion.
Sep
5
comment FileVault2 Asking for Password Twice?
No amount of tinkering fixed it. However, re-installing Lion from scratch did. Shame that I had to resort to that; but thank you for confirming that I wasn't looney.
Sep
5
comment FileVault2 Asking for Password Twice?
Yes, the same account.
Sep
5
comment FileVault2 Asking for Password Twice?
Thanks for the suggestions. I'll try them.
Sep
5
comment FileVault2 Asking for Password Twice?
Bleh. How annoying. I never in a million years thought I would say "I miss BitLocker".
Sep
5
revised FileVault2 Asking for Password Twice?
Typo.
Sep
5
revised FileVault2 Asking for Password Twice?
added 19 characters in body
Sep
5
awarded  Editor
Sep
5
revised FileVault2 Asking for Password Twice?
added 40 characters in body
Sep
5
comment FaceTime added to Dock on Start Up
My issue was similar to this. Thanks for the push in the right direction.
Sep
5
asked FileVault2 Asking for Password Twice?
Jul
20
answered What's the deal with Xcode's price?
Jun
14
asked Lion + SMB2 - Is it there?
May
25
awarded  Tumbleweed
May
18
asked HDCP Error on MacBook Pro with no External Display
May
8
comment FaceTime added to Dock on Start Up
That did not resolve my issue. Removing FaceTime altogether and restarting resulted in a "?" appearing in the Dock, and rebuilding LaunchServices did not do the trick either. The application isn't running when I boot, it's just been "Kept" in the Dock.
May
7
asked FaceTime added to Dock on Start Up
Apr
28
awarded  Critic
Apr
28
comment Charge an iPad on MacBook running Win7
Macs can supply more then 500ma. "To meet requests for additional power from these Apple peripherals and devices, some Apple computers and displays can provide up to 1100 mA at 5 V through the port to which the Apple peripheral or device is connected." support.apple.com/kb/HT4049