Well, as long as you have not turned on the FileFault, you will be okay. But, if the FileFault is turned on, and you forgot your password, then the files will be locked forever. FileFault will do the oneway encryption, so there is no option to do the reverse enginering.
If you are the user (not the administrator) you can just as the Administrator to reset your password. But, if you are the Administrator, then:
Have your DVD installer ready.
Insert the DVD to the tray
Restart and press down the letter ‘C’. It will load the installer DVD
On the first screen, select Installer > Reset Password
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When you are doing a software update from the > Software Update menu, the package file will be stored inside your Mac HD/Library/Receipt. But this location stores only the application updates, not the security updates or the OS updates. Where are they?
This is a tricky one.
When you update the OS, the file will be temporarily stored inside your Mac HD/Library/Updates/xxxxxx-xxxx/
Those files will be gone as soon as you restart your Mac to complete the updates.
So, if you need to copy those file, be quick and do that before the OS asking you to restart your Mac to complete the update.
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Change username to your Jejot’s username as well as the password.
Save it and put the file under ~/Library/Application Support/Quicksilver/Action/
Whenever you’re browsing a web, just activate Quicksilver and hit q+r (or anything to search QuickURL) and enter. In just a second your new shortened URL of the website you’re browsing will be in your clipboard.
Perfect companion for twitting (hints: use: QStwitter plugin)
For Firefox, just replace:
tell application “Safari” to tell application “Firefox“
If you are connecting to shared/remote folder often enough, you’d better make an alias for those drives and tick the “Remember this password on my keychain” so, the next time you want to access the drive, just click on the alias and you won’t be asked for your name and password.
Here is how:
Connect to the shared folder of your choice, enter name and password if it’s asked for, tick the “Remember this password on my keychain”
Navigate to the folder you want to access next time
Make an alias by holding the Option + Command and drag it to your sidebar
Rename the alias if you want to
Next time you want to access the remote drive, just click the shortcut on the sidebar.