It should just be the password you chose for the primary user when you first installed OS X. It is the same one you use for filesharing and logon. Your main account comes with privileges, but you have to invoke them explicitly by using the login password to excercise them. Apple is trying to protect us from ourselves :-), although in the old days when I was sysadmin for multiuser systems, I always had three different accounts: ordinary user, superuser, and God. Apple sets it up this way for us, as it's considered good practise.MZ
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