Apple Login & Keychain Update
Apple Login & Keychain Update
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Apple Login & Keychain Update free download for Mac

Apple Login & Keychain Update

1.0
28 October 2007

Updates Mac OS X 10.5 login and Keychain.

Overview

The Apple Login & Keychain Update is recommended for all Mac OS X 10.5 installations. It addresses issues you may encounter when:
  • Logging in with an account originally created in Mac OS X 10.1 or earlier that has a password of 8 or more characters.
  • Connecting to some 802.11b/g wireless networks.
  • Changing the password of a FileVault-protected account.

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5 Apple Login & Keychain Update Reviews

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G4jay
27 October 2007

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Now they just need to fix the graphics glitches that Mac Pro w/ X1900 users are experiencing. It was so bad, I had to revert back to Tiger! I already miss Leopard :(
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Version 1.0
Stann0
28 October 2007
Installing this wiped data stored in my keychain. I've also had my first kernel panic in a long time today (coincidence?).
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Version 1.0
Tournesol
28 October 2007
Seems to have fixed my first found bug in Leopard where my MBP had difficulty finding and connecting to Airport Extreme. Great!
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Version 1.0
Abalem-^-^
28 October 2007
After installing this one, the airport fan was grey. When I clicked one it : Kernel Panic !! Nice way to start in the new world of Leopard...
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Version 1.0
Silvasurfer
28 October 2007
Install this at your own risk. Upon installing this on my G4 Powerbook it crashed it and sent me on a blue screen of death for about an hour and when finally I got it up and running my airport card had been disabled! Head on over to Apple.com Leopard discussions to read about this update and how it has affected others.
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Version 1.0
G4jay
27 October 2007
Now they just need to fix the graphics glitches that Mac Pro w/ X1900 users are experiencing. It was so bad, I had to revert back to Tiger! I already miss Leopard :(
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Version 1.0
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Blloyd
Blloyd
27 October 2007
Did you apply the ATI Firmware Update that was released a couple weeks ago prior to updating to Leopard? I'm having no issues with the ATI X1900 and Leopard, and I've been running it for a while.
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G4jay
G4jay
27 October 2007
Yes... I did. Check out the Apple Discussions: http://discussions.apple.com/thread.jspa?threadID=1195969 I'm not the only one!
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