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# Tips when resetting University of Luxembourg Active Directory password on a Mac
To reset your UL AD password when using a Mac:
1. Go to <https://owa.uni.lu> and change your password there.
2. **Before** rebooting your Mac, you should change your keychain password to avoid any issues down the road. To do so, run the following command `security set-keychain-password "/Users/YOURHOME/Library/Keychains/login.keychain-db"`
3. If you use FileVault, after the first reboot, first enter your old password, then the new one. Normally, FileVault will sync and update with your new password after you reboot.
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* your password link has already expired. In that case you will have to request a new link.<br/>
**Warning!**: If the password link was set with one access only (**Burn after reading**) and you are sure that you haven't accessed the link so far, you should notify the password sender because there is a chance that your communication was intercepted and someone accessed the link before you.<br/>
**Note**: If the page looks different from the pictures above, try using Google Chrome browser. If the issue persists, please take a screenshot of the page and send it to our [sysadmin](mailto:lcsb-sysadmins@uni.lu) team.
# Tips when resetting University of Luxembourg Active Directory password on a Mac
To reset your UL AD password when using a Mac:
1. Go to <https://owa.uni.lu> and change your password there.
2. **Before** rebooting your Mac, you should change your keychain password to avoid any issues down the road. To do so, run the following command `security set-keychain-password "/Users/YOURHOME/Library/Keychains/login.keychain-db"`
3. If you use FileVault, after the first reboot, first enter your old password, then the new one. Normally, FileVault will sync and update with your new password after you reboot.
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