Domain Accounts Problem with Keychain Access Issue

Discussion in 'macOS' started by Reelknead1, Oct 6, 2010.

  1. Reelknead1 macrumors 6502

    Sep 21, 2009
    This is a little complex so please let me know if you guys have any ideas.

    Image is OSX 10.6.4 fully patched.
    Test account was made and then placed into System/Library/User Templete while logged into the system root account.

    I work as a mac tech for a university. I have designed a new image to be deployed in a iMac computer lab. I have deployed the image to the computers and joined them to the domain.

    So the first time a student logs into one of the iMacs it creates an account on the computer. During login, keychain access asks to "continue login, update keychain, etc."

    Due to some of the students being computer illiterate, I need to get this message to go away. Otherwise every 5 secs the computer lab staff has to come over and click update keychain or continue login. The old image did not have this issue, some I'm a little confused as to why it would be coming up on this image. The old image was 10.5.8, this new one is 10.6.4.

    If I create a local account on the computer, there is no keychain message during login.

    SO... I compared the files of the test account to domain account and the only files that differ are the following:

    cmwa100j008:~ root# diff ~/Desktop/test.txt ~/Desktop/paulanj.txt
    > /Library/Application Support/CrashReporter/Intervals_01E77319-9959-50AD-89CD-C685C2C3462D.plist
    > /Library/Preferences/ByHost/.GlobalPreferences.01E77319-9959-50AD-89CD-C685C2C3462D.plist
    > /Library/Preferences/ByHost/
    > /Library/Preferences/ByHost/
    > /Library/Preferences/
    > /Library/Preferences/
    cmwa100j008:~ root#

    The only one that looks as if it could be an issue would be .GlobalPreferences but i can't find that .plist?

    Any Ideas guys. I know this is a difficult on.
  2. tua06930 macrumors newbie

    Sep 15, 2011
    I am suffering from this same quirk--ughh. Did this ever get resolved?

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