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A code, key, or string of text required to gain access to a particular service or resource.

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startup Go to Utilities > Terminal Enter resetpassword In the GUI select the disk and user and enter a new password. Press Save. (Reset of home directory should not be necessary) …
answered Aug 31 '15 by n1000
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reset your password. At the login screen, keep entering a password until you see a message saying that you can reset your password using your Recovery Key. If you don't see the message after … three attempts, FileVault isn't on. Click > next to the message. The password field changes to a Recovery Key field. Enter your Recovery Key. Use uppercase characters, and include the hyphens …
answered May 24 '19 by n1000
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If you are using a different version of ssh (e.g. installed via homebrew) the above solutions will not work out of the box. For instance, AddKeysToAgent yes and UseKeychain yes in the .ssh/config file …
answered Jun 17 '17 by n1000
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complicated there is also a standby mode. Now the implementation with FileVault2 is IMHO a bit unfortunate. What happens is that your Mac will first need your password to decrypt your disk. Only then it … again once it is waiting for your FileVault2 password. Therefore I disabled acwake with the following command: sudo pmset acwake 0. In order to secure your FileVault2 further, you can use the …
answered Sep 6 '15 by n1000
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What Mac are you using (Macbook Air / Pro)? Does it have a replaceable disk? If the disk is not replaceable, I see the following options: Assuming the T key is still functional: Access your Mac in …
answered Jul 13 '14 by n1000
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from such a backup (see method 3). By default the iCloud recovery option is selected. In case you didn't change that during setup, you can use Apple's Reset Password assistant to get your recovery key from the iCloud. Good luck! …
answered Mar 22 '19 by n1000