We experienced strange behaviour after upgrading to 10.27.
Our Prestage environment is set to "Create a local administrator account before the Setup Assistant" and "Local User Account Type" is set to Administrator Account.
This worker reliable and users were able to create a local admin account.
After our Jamf Cloud instance was migrated to 10.27, the create local account pane was skipped during Setup Assistant (using 11.1, 11.2) and users were not able to create a local account.
This issue was consistent for every new enrollment. After modifying the PSE by unticking "Create a local administrator account before the Setup Assistant" click save, ticking "Create a local administrator account before the Setup Assistant" again solved the issue.
Everyone else experiencing this issue?
Yeah. I am opening a case at JAMF about this issue. I have the exact same issue. When I remove all the Configuration Profiles from the prestage, I get the user account creation but as soon as I add a Config Profile, it skips the account creation and brings me the Admin account login page.
I was told the same thing. I still get the same error after I unchecked all configurations in prestage.
Correction: Removing the profiles in prestage might have worked. My error might be caused by another machine instance in Jamf Pro. I deleted all instances before automatic enrollment and so far so good.
Ok, I got past this. Interestingly, I had no profiles in the prestage. But I got it to prompt for the user setup by using a smart group to exempt any configuration profiles that was scoped to the likes of new ones. So, it appears as though ANY config profiles scoped to a machine currently will knock past the user setup. *sigh.
I'm seeing this as well with big sur machines on 10.28 (on premises), no config profiles in pre-stage and untick/reticking to make the local account hasn't fixed it. I do have lots of profiles which are scopes to all computers so it will be getting some once it joins the server.
I will try an upgrade to 10.29 tomorrow to see if that helps.
Still broken for us though I haven't updated to 10.30 yet I don't know if that fixed it?
I've had to write an extra bit of code to create the missing user if it's not there. It's a naff OOB experience though without the login step as my instructions for the first line guys is now 'just leave it until it reboots' and it looks like it's doing nothing for an hour while all the stuff gets installed. It was better for them when they could see the DEPNotify screen and some progress.
What are everyones 100% reliable fixes for this?
Just had two users (M1s) with the issue repeating after a wipe & re-install. My guess is that possibly deleting the Volume group isn't doing it and they need to be wiping the SSD itself?
@summoner2100's fix But I got it to prompt for the user setup by using a smart group to exempt any configuration profiles that was scoped to the likes of new ones. Is this something you can do once a devices has already gotten in that state? Just trying to avoid having some users attempt to wipe & re-install a 3rd time
Still seeing the same issue with on-prem Jamf Pro 10.30.3 and Big Sur 11.5.2.
It seems to be know by Apple too:
Big Sur laptops skipping account creation during D... - Jamf Nation Community - 236919
Does anyone have news to this?
I gave up waiting for this to be fixed as we're nearly at the start of the new term and I needed to get on with setups. Instead of creating our admin account manually I'm making it using jamf instead:
jamf createAccount -username admin -realname admin -password $studpwd -home /Users/admin -shell "/bin/zsh" -secureSSH -admin
Then instead of using DEPNotify to tell people it's setting up I've had to resort to setting the login window text which isn't very informative.
At least it's zero touch now apart from M1 stuff which seems to fail to skip the setup screens anyway, not sure what's different about those 😞
Random thought, does everyone else have "Auto advance" on in the prestage for Big Sur machines? I put this down to profiles scoping, because when I unscoped it started working fine. But I wonder if it's a bug in Auto Advance that's causing it to push past the login screen; which would make sense to me. (unless you guys don't have it ticked, then there goes that theory. haha)
Have had this issue on and off over the course of the last year. I've tried everything suggested above and it's still not consistent.
After reinstalling, it will sit at the MDM Enrollment page and enroll itself unprompted and move itself all the way to the Login Screen with no option to log in presented. No users exist on the machine and I'm forced to wipe the laptop again.