We have a configuration profile that configures all macbooks to display a list of the local users.
This is working as expected in all OS'es, but when upgrading to Monterey the loginwindow now defaults to requiring a username and password.
In the GUI of macOS it looks a bit weird, also on Catalina and BigSur, where the bullet is set to 'name and password', but still the policy is working and you only have to enter your password in the login screen.
When i exclude a Monterey machine from that policy the option is available, but selecting 'List of Users' doesn't change anything to the login screen.
Anyone experience the same issue or know where to check for possible causes?
@chrisB Which options did you enable in that section?
We have "List of users able to use these computers" with the option "Show local users" enabled for all of our machines (Intel/M1, Catalina, BigSur and Moneterey) and only Monterey on M1 requires the user to type the username every time.
Also disabling this policy and have the user configure it locally still reuires the user to enter the username manually