An unfortunate follow-up: When I examined the /etc/sudoers file of a
broken machine, it was identical to the same file on a working machine,
and neither had anything in the include (/private/etc/sudoers.d)
directory, so it appears to be a deeper prob...
Thanks, @maurits. The only issue is that when you're stuck that way, you
can't easily access the sudoers file. sudo, visudo, and even
dsenableroot don't work from the command line. sudoers is owned and only
readable by root. That being said, I've fou...
On some test machines, I found that updating to Catalina or reinstalling
Mojave both seemed to clear up the issue, though both are slow
processes. For Catalina, I used a Profile to push out a package with the
new OS installer to the machine (profiles...
I'm seeing a similar thing on my Macs. I'm still testing, but it looks
like it's affecting Macs who have installed the security update: *
Security Update -10.14.6 Security Update (10.14.6), 1568930K
[recommended] [restart] I found a machine that stil...