Check your OS X Keychain

Friday, 2 November 2007, 12:30 AM EST

If you, like me, have essentially kept a single keychain from the dawn of time, there’s a feature in the Keychain Access application you need to know about: “Keychain First Aid.”

You find it under the Keychain Access menu, just below Preferences. Whenever I see anything unusual happening with my keychain, I try to remember to hop into Keychain Access and re-run this. Putting aside the question of why my keychain is allowed to get so routinely screwed up that it requires “first aid,” let me say that I appreciate this repair functionality because it generally solves problems quickly and effectively.

At the Red Sweater blog.

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