**This article relates to AirParrot 1. As of September 2016, support for AirParrot 1 has ended. We encourage you to upgrade to AirParrot 2 for the best compatibility with new devices.**

There are two reasons AirParrot may ask you for a password. This password will be different depending on the action you're trying to perform.

If you're attempting to install AirParrot video or audio drivers, you will be prompted for your system password. This is the password set for the administrator on the system. AirParrot requires this password because it is making changes (adding) crucial system files.

If you're attempting to mirror, you may also be prompted for a password. This password is set on the Apple TV by the user. It can be changed or removed by opening the Apple TV settings.