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OS 10.4 - Keychain Access


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Hi,

Does anyone know how to reset the keychain password? I entered the OS X CD to change the login password thinking that this will also change the keychain password, but this is not the case. Is there a way to change it? I know that if you forget your filevault password, you're pretty much done, but I thought keychain access is linked with the login password. Please help. Thank You


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