We just received a new macbook and we enable filevault with AD admin account. When I try to do it now, I receive the following message. How can I resolve this issue?
"Authentication server refused operation because the current credentials are not authorized for the requested operation."
Interesting, based on the release notes and a message from a colleague that it's now working for him.
I have not myself tested, but have a look.
If you change your Active Directory user password outside of Users & Groups preferences, the new password can now be used to unlock your FileVault volume (previously, only the old password would unlock the volume).
Policies that do an authenticated restart with FV do not reboot the computer under 10.13.2 in our environment. Noticed on a 10.13.2 system and confirmed there. Had a 10.13.1 system run the policy and it rebooted. Had that same computer update to 10.13.2 and run the policy; result: no reboot occurred.
Yes, I opened a ticket about this with Apple - please do the same if you're able! They do not have an ETA for a fix yet, so I'd love some more pressure on it. They knew about the issue and sort of vaguely alluded to it being a bug, so we'll see.