On 10/14/2010 4:00 PM, Jim Lawson wrote:
> On 10/14/2010 03:50 PM, Helen Read wrote:
>> I recently changed my NetID password. My Dell laptop with PGP is
>> working fine with the single-sign on. The only thing I noticed after
>> changing the NetID password is that I had to logon once and pick which
>> user (administrator or my regular profile) the first time, and now it
>> is logging me onto my regular profile with single-sign.
>> I also have a Macbook Pro with PGP, and it will only recognize my old
>> NetID password. How do I get it to update this, so that I can log on
>> with my new NetID password?
> After you've logged in to OS X, start the "PGP" application. (PGP Desktop)
> In the sidebar, you'll see "PGP Disk", and under that, the model number
> of the system's disk (varies by model). Select the system's disk.
> It'll show its properties, as well as a "User Access" list.
> In the "User Access" list, right-click your username, and choose "Change
> User Passphrase..."
OK, I just did this. Rebooted and logged in with my new password at the
PGP login screen. However, once logged in, I got two pop-ups asking for
my PGP passphrase, and they both only accepted the OLD password.
I have not yet tried going through this
and am going home for the day. Will give that a shot tomorrow.