Safari Only Mode

Discussion in 'OS X Mountain Lion (10.8)' started by DWS1187, Jul 27, 2012.

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    DWS1187

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    #1
    Is this still an option in Mountain Lion? Seems to be eliminated.:confused:

    Just for clarity, Find My Mac Safari Only Guest User Account.
     
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    BornAgainMac

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    It looks like it is gone. I hate it when features are just removed. This feature seemed to fly off the radar. It was like having a ChromeBook for free.

    On the plus side, a feature removed from Lion came back called "console". Type in >console in the login box if you have your Mac use the login/password prompt enabled. It will bring your Mac directly to a UNIX prompt. This feature was removed in Lion and came back from the dead. I don't know if anyone on the planet except for me noticed this feature missing in Lion.
     
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    Weaselboy

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    If you enable Filevault2 is will give you a Safari only mode.
     
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    DWS1187

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    Wow...guess it was hidden in there anyway. Guess I didn't think to use that. I don't believe that I have ever used filevault2. Why would they only allow its use when using filevault2? Seems like it was a better feature if it was used with find my mac.

    thanks.
     

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