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To work around this issue, delete any cached passwords for your account and any modern authentication tokens from the Keychain. To do this, follow these steps.

  1. Exit Outlook and all other Office applications.
  2. Open Keychain Access by using one of the following methods:
    • With Finder as the selected application, click Utilities on the Go menu. Double-click Keychain Access.
    • In Spotlight Search, type Keychain Access and then double-click Keychain Access in the search results.
  3. In in the search field in Keychain Access, enter Exchange.
  4. In the search results, select each item to view the Account that’s listed at the top, and then press the Delete key. Repeat this step to delete all the items for your Exchange account.
  5. In the search field, enter adal.
  6. Select all items whose type is MicrosoftOffice15_2_Data:ADAL:<GUID>, and then press the Delete key.
  7. In the search field, enter office.
  8. Select the items that are named Microsoft Office Identities Cache 2 and Microsoft Office Identities Settings 2, and then press the Delete key.
  9. Quit Keychain Access.

OWC tilbyder et “data doubler” modul, som kan bygges ind i bl.a Apples Macbook Pro, og udvide kapiciteten for diskpladsen, men også yde et væsentligt performance boost.

Mediamanager installerer på bestilling SSD i maskinerne.

Eller man kan gøre det selv. Her er en Youtube video, hvor det vises hvordan man isætter en SSD disk og ombytter sit optiske drev med den oprindelige SATA disk. En god billig måde at få væsentlig mere fart på sin Mac.

Man skal være opmærksom på at garantien fra Apple kan ophøre når der laves indgreb i computeren, som ødelægger maskinen. Det gør det ikke hvis man er forsigtig.
På den anden side mener flere at hvis det optiske drev fjernes, så er der tale om en ny situation og at Apple ikke dækker fremtidige fejl – så vær opmærksom på dette.


At home we have a Windows 2003 Server running as a domain controller and file server. Whilst this does its job pretty nicely for Windows clients, I’ve never been able to connect to it successfully with my Mac running OS X 10.3 Panther. Browsing the network I have always been able to see the server, but any attempt to authenticate simply returned a error along the lines of “the original item cannot be found”. Frustrating.

In a nutshell, the cause of the problem is the default security policy on Windows 2003 Server being set to always encrypt network connections under all circumstances. Whilst this is fine for most clients (especially Windows clients, understandably), the version of SMB that Panther uses doesn’t support encrypted connections. Apparently this support exists in Samba 3, but not on the version OS X uses. The solution is to change the security policy to use encryption when it’s available and not otherwise. Here’s how.

From Administrative Tools, open Domain Controller Security Settings.
Go to
Local Policies then Security Options.

Scroll down to find the entry Microsoft network server: Digitally sign communications (always). Set this to Disabled.

The only thing left to do is to reload the security policy, as changes don’t otherwise take effect for some time. Open up a command window and type:


This will buzz and whirr for a few moments before confirming that the policy has been reloaded. With a bit of luck you should now be able to mount a network share from the Windows 2003 Server on your Mac. As I say, I’ve been searching for this information periodically for more than six months, so if you find it helpful pass it on.