|Jul 28, 2012, 12:45 PM||#1|
Hi all, this may seem like a little thing to most of you but i use Salesforce - Cloud Customer management system. I am the sales manager for a speaker company and I have to access this cluncky program 10-20 times a day.
One of the things that sold me on my 2011 Macbook Air was that for whatever reason my password was always saved making getting into SF a one click affair! After the the Safari 6.0 update the other day, it no longer saves this password. I tried deleting it and replacing it in keychain and just about all else includung writing SF customer no service.
Anyone maybe have a work around?
|Jul 28, 2012, 12:51 PM||#2|
Microsoft SkyDrive have an known issue with ML.
Their proposed temp solution until a proper fix is found might work for you.
A copy/paste from the MS solution,
"Thank you for reporting the issue, we are aware of the problem and working to get it fixed ASAP.
For now the only workaround is to change the properties in the SkyDrive's cached credential item to allow access from all apps:
Launch "Keychain Access" from /Applications/Utilities
Select the login keychain from the list
Locate the "SkyDrive Cached Credential" item and select it
Go to "File/Get Info" (Command + I)
Go to "Access Control" tab
Click to select "Allow all applications to access this item"
Click "Save Changes"
NOTE: The "SkyDrive Cached Credential" item is created after you sign-in for the first time."
Give it a try, but it seems the final solution should come from Sales Force.
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