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5{in Info is designed around 10.2.X...so if it doesn't work in earlier versions of Mac OS X, too bad.

This allows you to create keychain entries for mountpoints via AppleScript directly, without having to access the mount first. So this can be useful for admins setting up a new user. For now, it only works on the currently logged in user's keychain. The next rev will allow you to poke any keychain you have a password for on the machine you are running the app on. No, it's not scriptable. I haven't figured out how to make an AppleScript scriptable. If you want to look at the source, go
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PPC, Mac OS X 10.2 or later






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Downloads:2,053
Version Downloads:1,288
Type:Utilities : AppleScript
License:Free
Date:15 Oct 2002
Platform:PPC 32 / OS X
Price:Free0.00
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5{in Info is designed around 10.2.X...so if it doesn't work in earlier versions of Mac OS X, too bad.

This allows you to create keychain entries for mountpoints via AppleScript directly, without having to access the mount first. So this can be useful for admins setting up a new user. For now, it only works on the currently logged in user's keychain. The next rev will allow you to poke any keychain you have a password for on the machine you are running the app on. No, it's not scriptable. I haven't figured out how to make an AppleScript scriptable. If you want to look at the source, go ahead. pay particular attention to the protocol and authentication build handlers, Apple has some bugs in Keychain Scripting that i had to work around.

It's freeware, but it's mine. i hold the copyright on the app. Obviously, i can't copyright the concept, but the look is my doing, and so is the code. It's *free*, and if you want to do cool things with it, by all means do so, but keep my name on it, since I started stuff this time. This was more than a bit of work, since I had to do this in AppleScript Studio, and deal with DTS, etc.


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