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Apple has never asked for my SSI , ever. It sounds like Apple products aren't for you. Do you know that Macs have a pretty good resale value? Sell your Mac and buy something better for your needs. This may or may not help: Posted 10 March - I used one on my account years ago, still does not ask for the card number. Also, Apple is not the devil. They make passwords difficult to create in order to make sure they are original, to protect you.
Also, you should be using your email for everything.
Your Apple account is associated with an email, not a Username. The only exception would be GameCenter, if you use that at all. Minnesota Local time: Isn't entering your credit card information optional? I've upgraded multiple Macs to Maverick via the app store with updates as well without having to enter in any credit card information. I assumed all of that was just "preparing" you for the App Store Posted 16 June - It didn't appear optional to me because I couldn't go forward without entering a credit card.
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I quit a while back because I wasn't getting anywhere and getting frustrated and since it wasn't life or death I said the heck with it. I finally figured I'd just make a whole new apple id but they said I already had an i. So I tried another address that I thought I found the password to but the password wouldn't work so I said I forgot and answered all the blah blah about that so then they said they had sent me a link to get a new password and they didn't.
Rather than tell you UPFRONT - choose a password that has to be "x" number of characters, cannot start with a number, has to have a capital letter, has to have a symbol, can't be one you used before blah blah blah like that, they let you try one but they tell you it doesn't have enough characters so you make a longer one and then they say "Has to have a Capital" so then you choose one with a capital letter and it says "Has to have a symbol" so you choose one with a symbol and then it says MUST HAVE at least one number so you choose one with a number and then it says it CANNOT START with a number, blah blah blah.
So now I'm gonna start another thread on that but that's the reason I didn't edit my response from just a minute ago I couldn't. Its a long story. Wanting to give Apple the benefit of the doubt I thought maybe I should allow them a little more time to send the link they said they were sending but at least a half hour later there is no link to change my password. Posted 14 August - I don't see any option. They kept saying I didn't have the right password and my security answers were wrong to use my Apple ID so I finally decided to heck with it and got a whole complete new idea and i stuidous wrote down every detail.
Welcome to BleepingComputer , a free community where people like yourself come together to discuss and learn how to use their computers. Using the site is easy and fun. Profile Manager lets administrators fully configure the Mac user experience — the items in the Dock, user account information, applications that a user is allowed to access, and pretty much anything else. Profile Manager also offers easy access to all of the mobile management features that Apple makes available in iOS. All of that can be configured and update on the Mac running Mountain Lion Server or from any web-capable device.
Simply put, for many organizations, Profile Manager alone is easily worth the cost of Mountain Lion Server and the hardware to run it. Administrators and users can create wiki sites for sharing company and project information as well as for project management and updates.
The service provides basic document tracking and, most importantly, file versioning — a feature that ensures previous versions of files can be recovered if needed.
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A revision history feature shows the changes made to file and documents as well as to wiki content. For iPad users, the wiki service offers some very powerful features. It has an iPad-optimized view for mobile use. It also includes WebDAV access, which means that users can jump straight from looking at a document to editing it using one of the iWork apps.
All-in-all this often overlooked feature hits a number of business technology needs: The process is simple, straightforward, and allows users to apply managed profiles and security certificates quickly and easily. All of this can be accomplished without a single call to IT. If a company has a web-based help desk system, it can also be integrated into the portal. All of this combines to offer smaller organizations the ability to easily and inexpensively build a feature set that is usually only found in larger enterprises. Profile Manager and the self-servicing portal make iPhone or iPad configuration and management pretty simple and foolproof.
As does the editing capabilities that link iOS devices to the wiki service. That means that Mac and iOS device users can be sent real-time notifications of new messages, changes to centralized contacts, and calendar events including invitations and changes to events. The service runs through the same push notification system that Apple uses for iOS devices and Macs running Mountain Lion.
A server can also be configured to alert an administrator, IT professionals, or other staff members in the event of certain problems. Rich pointed out that operating systems, like most software, are really not designed to go backwards. I do of course back everything up to an external hard drive, but things were really getting complicated. I was starting to feel caged in. While I tug on my mane and mull over the alternatives, Mac users please take a minute to review the list of applications that are not compatible with Lion — before you find yourself caged in with me.
Free patches or updates are often important for stability and security. Go ahead and install those. On the other end of the product life cycle, older software can experience compatibility issues with newer systems, and vice versa. Like my ancient Photoshop. Plus, you get to enjoy all the new software goodies sooner. Photo credit: Thank you so much for this post.
Great post…I just did what you did last night…but one up…my harddrive went bad while installing lion. Sasha, thanks for sharing your experience.
I took a look at your site and wanted to say thank you for your service, and nice artwork too! So that was my focus last week. Found out that I can add more memory, order the 3gb, installed it yesterday and upgraded to lion no problem whoooooohoooooo!! Now what!!!!! Researching and reading reviews when I came across your blog.
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I cannot believe what is happening right now. First, I thought I would need to eventually upgrade my mac approx. Frances I am so sorry to hear about this! Photoshop is essential for you!
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Let me know how it goes and thanks for writing in. I upgraded to lion on another hard drive just to check it out. So, I continue to use Snow Leopard. I tried CS2 briefly then sent it back for a refund after it kept asking me to authorize it every time I launched it. Unfortunately, Freehand was ditched with Adobe bought Macromedia, so there is no upgrade path for that one.
I also have an older version of Filemaker, which would be another expensive and unnecessary upgrade.
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I will probably have to abandon Photoshop. I will probably use Pixelmator and Aperture. I did upgrade to Microsoft — an absolutely horrible upgrade, btw. I have not identified a solution for vector graphics. Illustrator is not an option. Any suggestions anyone?