Using keychain access for more than just passwords


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Using keychain access for more than just passwords

As you have seen, keychains are important and because they are, it's important that you keep them backed up, you maintain their health and you don't allow others access to them, and that's what this lesson is all about. There is no function within Keychain Access for backing up your keychain so you should do this manually. You will find your keychain by going here. Go menu, go to folder and the path to your keychain is your user folder and that's what this tilde means /library/keychains, click Go and you see within the Keychains folder, here are your keychains.

I'd back up this entire folder rather than cherry picking the keychains within it. If there is a keychain in there other than your login keychain, it's likely that you will need it. And yes, Time Machine backs up your Keychain folder along with everything else, but keychains are important enough that I think they are worth a double backup. Back to Keychain Access, if you seem to be getting more keychain alerts than ...

Using keychain access for more than just passwords
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Using keychain access for more than just passwords provides you with in-depth training on Business. Taught by Christopher Breen as part of the Mac OS X 10.5 Leopard Beyond the Basics

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