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How to add a password to my iDisk?

Asked by swimmindude2496 (322 points ) May 20th, 2008

How to add a password to my iDisk?

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It’s automatic, and is the same password as your .mac password. To change it, you need to go to System Preferences/.mac and then locate the tab for iDisk if you want to configure further. It is possible to set individual passwords for certain directories, such as when using the file sharing feature for users who wish to access your “Public” folder/directory. Those settings need to be made from the .mac website and clicking the Log In link.

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btw, just checked this on my mac, and realized, there are password protect features for the public folder, right there on the iDisk Tab; also, on the main tab “Account”, click on the link at the bottom “Account Details” to set the master password (this opens the .Mac login window in your browser); there you can perform password and other settings for your .mac and iDisk; just clarifying my previous post.

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Thanks sndfreQ

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