9 Replies Latest reply: Jan 13, 2006 7:06 PM by jvanvliet
zerimar3 Level 1 (0 points)
I finally made the switch to a mac. Great stuff here, and I'm a newbie, so this is really hard to explain/figure out, but maybe someone here can help me out with this.

When I launch Safari, I get a pop up from my keychain saying "MicrosoftIntermediateCertificates" needs your keychain password.

"Oh ****!" I thought, what is this? You can view a screenshot of what I'm talking about here:

So of course, this gets even better. When I go to enter my password, which should be the same as my administrator account password, lo and behold, it says it's the wrong password.

So I go see if I can access my admin account, and I can, then I dash over to keychain access to unlock the mother, and I can't. What gives? Does anyone know what this is all about and what I can do to fix it.

By the way, it not only happens when I launch Safari, it happens when I launch other apps as well. So anybody who can help me out on this will win an all paid vacation to Jamaica first class...okay, I'm kidding, but I would greatly appreciate any help.


Powerbook G4   Mac OS X (10.4.3)