Since upgrading to the High Sierra public beta, I've been unable to manage Touch ID for my AD account on a domain-bound system. I'm pretty sure I've narrowed this down to only affecting mobile accounts, since I can use Touch ID with local accounts.
Has anyone else experienced this problem?
Same for me. Has anyone reached out to Apple regarding this? For me, it no longer appears in System preferences, and If you search for the pref pane, and try to launch it, you get a message that "You can't open the Touch ID preference pane because it is not available to you at this time. To see this preference pane, you may need to connect a device to your computer".
I thought my Touch ID wasn't working either with High Sierra after I realized if I skipped it going through the initial account setup I wouldn't see in system preferences. I've since deleted my AD mobile account, logged back in and setup the Touch ID during the account setup. Works like a champ.
-update- whoops spoke too soon. I did set it up but it doesn't appear to exist in system preferences nor does it allow me to open in manually from the PreferencesPane folder. Grrr
@phallinan Did you obtain this version from the developer site and if so do we have any insight on when the general release will be ready >
I am running an AD environment with mobile ad accounts for my users and i am experiencing this issue along with the filevault password syncing issues still when upgrading to High Sierra.