Office for Mac repeatedly requesting keychain access: Office for Mac repeatedly requesting Keychain Access Issue is a message that appears when your office program is actually removed from its source location. Application folder in MAC should ideally store the files and folders of actually installed programs and if you have mistakenly deleted.
This program folder by any chance during the cleanup or any other process, the office program may repeatedly request for keychain access.
In order to resolve this error, you will need to first search and delete the temporary. And leftover office related program files and then continue with the re-installation of office program. There is also a restore permissions method.
This is usually possible depending on the purchase of your office product. If you have purchased an office program which is not link to your office account. This can prompt you to activate until you have authenticated your product from your Microsoft account.
Follow These Directions to Restore Your Keychain Access Issue:
- Quit Office Mac apps such as Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Outlook, and OneNote.
- Search for “keychain” using Spotlight and then launch the Keychain Access app.
- Specify the login keychain entry to authenticate from the File menu and select Lock Keychain “login”.
If the keychain access is lost, you may see the following error messages
The keychain access prompts every time you launch any Office app
A prompt to sign in to your Microsoft Office account every time you launch any Office application.
Office application can be reinstalled or restored using the above methods and the issues can be resolved with keychain access issues.
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