The Practical Guide To Mac Security: Part 17, Find My Mac

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Find My Mac will allow you to locate your Mac if it is lost or stolen, and also to lock it or erase it if you can't get it back.

Comments: 2 Responses to “The Practical Guide To Mac Security: Part 17, Find My Mac”

    Liz
    1 month ago

    Friend lost iPhone yesterday on highway. Tried to log into iCloud on my laptop to use Find My/erase phone for her. But logging into her iCloud asked for 2 factor authentication and she didn't have phone (obvi) or her laptop with her. So I could not get verification notification. Am told there is some way to set up secondary recovery # or email in Find My for these instances & you could set that to a spouse's # or email. But I don't see that option in Find My. What would be your suggestion?

    1 month ago

    Liz: You have ways to access Find My iPhone without that code in these situations. Call Apple Support and they can help.

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