Well is there anyone who is confused what is your password in your mac. In what may seem like a step backward, we now juggle dozens of passwords. The keychain should now function with the new Administrator password. Since the keychain is still protected with the old administrator password, there would be no way to get back into it unless you could or create new keychain. Keychain is used for storing passwords for many things, including your home networks Wi-Fi Password and your email account password.
Ughh, is anybody still having this problem? You can copy and paste your login name and password to use wherever you need to. Having the login keychain locked from access is a good security measure. If there is any trouble with your keychain file this will fix it. I tried opening up Keychains via Utilities but I can't access or delete the 'Local Items' keychain without the password which is not my mac user's password. Many times they include demos that aren't available from inside the Mac App Store. These are the steps that I followed but I really think that 3 did the trick here. Click it and enter the new login password in Password field to create new keychain.
Log in as a different account with administrator privileges 2. If there is a difference between the 'local items' and the 'login' keychain, then locking the 'login' keychain and then unlocking it will bring up the 'new password' dialogue box as well, no need to do a chain repair first. Don't worry, your passwords aren't hidden from you. I then set the password to the new network login password and everything is working as intended. The most common applications that seems to ask for my password are Safari, Address Book, Messages, and then a couple oddballs.
Hope it works for you too! This article has also been viewed 90,036 times. They're stored on your iPhone, iPad, or Mac in your Passwords tab. Enable the Show Passwords option and enter your login password when prompted. The top-left pane lists keychains accessible to you. Along the same lines, when I tested changing a password a couple months ago 10. Like so: Make a copy of the login. Below this is the Category pane.
Also what we had in Keychain was a shortcut that you could invoke in the menu bar in the preferences of Keychain. It stores a wide variety of items—including passwords for email, websites, servers, network shares, Wi-Fi networks, and encrypted disk images. It does not exist as an independent keychain file and is locked and unlocked when login is locked and unlocked. Because it uses iCloud, all of your newly created passwords are stored in the cloud and synced across all of your devices. Then I logged out and logged is and my login password became password for Gnome2 Key Storage.
You can keep your passwords stored in iCloud without using the autofill and autosave features that come along with it. None of the passwords that I use would work. That way, it's readily accessible. A warning message will display, telling you that resetting the password will cause a to be created. Hope this helps Hi everyone I suddenly had the same problem after awhile of no issues with mavericks. The sheet that appears shows two options: 'Lock After X Minutes of Inactivity' and 'Lock When Sleeping'.
You can finish the login process by clicking the Continue Log In button, which takes you to the Desktop. Not the answer you're looking for? Permissions repair or Keychain First Aid don't seem to help; it seems to be a problem with the iCloud Keychain. So I live with 2 keychains, no problems so far. If there is any trouble with your keychain file this will fix it. It should lead you to the Keychains folder where you will find three items: 1 a folder with a name mixed with letters and numbers, 2 login.
I've been getting these popups since Mavericks install, except for me it's asking for my Login keychain instead of Local Items. This is a temporary solution; the next time you log in, you'll be presented with the same keychain dialog box. I´am using for years a different password for my login keychain. I was suffering with this same problem, I followed these steps and everything returned to normality: 1. A new login keychain will recollecting and storing the passwords for Wi-Fi networks, email accounts, Web sites, and other logins as they occur.