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How to set LSP to ask for password when I open my MBP?

Postby Michael » Mon Jan 21, 2013 10:24 pm

The subject tells everything. Pls help!:)
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Re: How to set LSP to ask for password when I open my MBP?

Postby hodograph » Thu Jan 24, 2013 11:16 pm

You have to disable your mbp from requiring a password first.
open system preferences>security and privacy>uncheck "require password" box

If you've done that and it still doesn't work then make sure you have the "lock before computer sleeps" button checked in lock screen pro preferences.

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Re: How to set LSP to ask for password when I open my MBP?

Postby TheFederalist » Thu Jan 31, 2013 5:55 pm

Unless it was a change with Mountain Lion, I'm near certain that you can't have FireVault enabled and turn off the password completely because my privacy settings don't have a box for me to uncheck.

This is a great app, but there needs to be either a work around or integration with FireVault. If you get this app you likely care at least a little about security, and obviously about aesthetics. Encryption is more important than aesthetics, and until this is fixed, the lock screen is little more than a screensaver for me.

So, anyone know a work around?
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