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Discussion in 'macOS' started by axeldtf, Aug 1, 2007.
Can i password protect a folder?
Mac OS 10.3.9
Not without additional software. You can, however, create a password-protected Disk Image using Disk Utility, which will provide the same basic service.
Launch Disk Utility (Applications:Utilitiesisk Utility)
Click "New Image" from the tool bar.
Set the name, size, encryption settings.
You'll now have a .dmg file that will require a password each time you open it. Just don't have Keychain store the password.
Thanks for the info.