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Discussion in 'OS X Yosemite (10.10)' started by toddsimon, Jul 25, 2014.
These are the only options I see.
Yeah, WTF? I can't find a way to disable my password. So annoying. Hope it gets fixed soon.
Daphuq? Build number 14A299l?
How about ya just uncheck the box.
Why would I do that? It is as it is supposed to be, as it has always been.
To make it clear for you: I don't have the problem the OP is complaining about.
That is why I wonder if s/he has the same build number.
There is no checkbox next to mine
Do you use FileVault ?
Mine looks the same as yours. Rather annoying, isn't it?
File Vaults being enabled and iCloud Keychain being enabled both require a password to login to your Mac.
Mine has no checkbox, yours has a checkbox?
Mine has no checkbox on Mavericks because I have filevault enabled. I assume yours is functioning as intended then.
If you are using FileVault, that may remove the choice to turn off the login password.
Turn off Filevault, then look for the checkbox.
Thanks that worked!
I may sound insane but try it. where it says "Require Password" Click on the first "R" Where the check box should be.
My FileVault option is grey out.
Do you need to unlock the preference pane (click the lock in the lower left corner)?
I need to stop drinking and reserving my brain cells. You are the MAN. That did it. Thank you very much.