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here i want to change the email
and require the password
which password is ??

i try to inter the password for apple id put don't work

in sens my mac don't have any password
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If you have no password (admin password), just enter a null. In other words, when it asks you for your password, just press enter.
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i do that
just press enter
put it's still ask to inter the password
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I just looked at your screenshot a bit more closely. It looks like it's asking you for your Apple ID password not the admin password. You have to click on the small lock at the bottom so that it opens in order to enter anything. Did you do that? If you have no admin password to open the lock, just press enter when it asks.
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I just tried it - it is indeed your system password and not your Apple ID password.

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I just looked at your screenshot a bit more closely. It looks like it's asking you for your Apple ID password not the admin password. You have to click on the small lock at the bottom so that it opens in order to enter anything. Did you do that? If you have no admin password to open the lock, just press enter when it asks.
thank u so much
i just click on the small lock and allowed to me make changes
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Al right. Thanks for posting back. Sometimes it's the small things we overlook.
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