So I've recently started using LastPass to generate and store secure passwords for me (previously, I was using the same password for every service). I am in the process of changing all my passwords to randomly generated ones, which are then stored by LastPass. However, I have thought of two problems that I might have from this approach:
The computers at my university require a login at the very start to allow access to programs, the web, etc. Currently, my university account is set up with a (long) randomly-generated password, which I can't remember. However, I cannot use LastPass to fill the password for me, as that would require me to be logged in first. Is there any way to get around this? Or would I just have to keep this password as a shorter, more memorable and less secure one?
On occasion, I would want to be able to log in to my Google Drive, to be able to share files between computers. Similarly, this is set up with a randomly generated password stored by LastPass. Is there a way that I could safely get LastPass to fill in the password (or otherwise get into my account), without having to compromise password security? If not, is there a more secure way to share files between computers?
Thanks for any advice.