Yes, you can do it. You don't need to logout as both the GUI and the shell allow you to choose a different user to run in a non-admin account.
When it pops up for a password in GUI, enter the short echo $USER or long (what it shows in top right corner) admin account and then the admin password.
In terminal type, su username where username is your admin ...
This is actually a widespread issue that was reported by others on macrumors' forums yesterday. Likely we'll see this happen to more and more iPhone users.
This Twitter Thread explains that there is a security flaw in Apple's password reset process which gives explicit confirmation once a correct phone number is inputted for a given Apple ID....
The "Memorable" password generation option appears to be gone in MacOS Catalina, there is now only;
Letters & Numbers
The security command line tool doesn't seem to generate passwords, it will only accept one you define. If there's another command line tool for password generation built into the OS that re-...
Here's how I did it
mkdir -p /Volumes/work \
&& mount -t smbfs //admin:$(security find-internet-password -D "Network Password" -l "share name" -w)@server/work /Volumes/work
The keychain access was a bit tricky, I found the answer and wrote it there. The important part was the capitals when specifying the secret kind.
You'll need to be able to ...
There is no built-in means to secure only web browsers on iOS with a passcode that wouldn't also affect the entire device.
Consider erasing the iPhone and enrolling it in an MDM, or mobile device manager, such as Jamf Now.
To proceed, you'll need to use Apple's free Configuration Manager 2.
While you can enroll an iOS device into an MDM (not just Jamf) ...
I'm running macOS Catalina 10.15.2 and guest is a reserved name, so you cannot use it.
I also just created a new standard account without a password. Just didn't put in a password and followed through with the prompts appropriately.
Note: My Mac is not encrypted and does not have the T2 chip. Either or both of these may require a password to be assigned.
Cancel passcode options, go back (top-left button) until Touch ID setup, and don’t set up Touch ID (skip). Then when prompted for a passcode, choose Passcode Options and an option will exist for not setting a passcode.
If you can’t go back to Touch ID setup, enter a passcode to get through setup, then once the device is set up, go to Settings and disable ...
If you equate giving apple your password to typing the admin credentials, then you can’t do this without a privilege escalation / security vulnerability. Those usually pay $25,000 to $250,000 so if anyone has one - get your money from apple before posting here how to hack your mac.
If you just need us to ...