Originally Posted by ifranklin
this happens if your machine is configure to auto-login as of the time of installing the operating system.
no its not like that I've configured my machine as autologin but still it asks me for the same question
You can manage the keyring password with system -> administration ->keyring .
You can even make them<password> different or even can delete that.
but there is a workaround guide to disable this, however considering your problem happens when you want to connect to a wireless network, the fastest and safe way to correct your problem is by doing:
- Right click on your Network Icon (Wireless manager) in the tray and click edit connections
- click on the wireless tab
- highlight your wireless connection and click edit;
- at the bottom there is a checkbox called "Available to all users", click on it
- click 'apply' to save your changes
- it will ask you for your password because that is a change that will affect the whole system, enter the password and click enter, thats ok now, your network will always be available without necessarily asking for your password and anyone can always use it.[/QUOTE]