We recently started our Big Sur pilot program so I lifted the upgrade
restriction for a handful of my users. One of my users, after performing
the upgrade via Software Update, is facing an issue where his AD-joined
account is saying "Your account is ...
I realize this thread is a bit old, but I'm experiencing the exact same
issue. Working on a new-in-box M1 MBP and a fresh Big Sur install.
FileVault kicks the error "Authentication server failed to complete the
requested operation" when trying to man...
If it's a password policy, it's proving difficult to track down. There
isn't one in Jamf, so the only thing I can think is a possible policy
being pushed from our InTune configuration, but I'm told no password
policy is enforced there either. At this...
@T.Armstrong , @hdsreid I'm having the same issue. It seems to be a T2
issue. On my 2019 machine, I attempted the update via a software update
policy, upon reboot I got the recovery prompt. However doing a full shut
down, then booting triggered the u...
@Tangentism Would you be willing to share your script? I'm trying to
accomplish the same thing of moving Desktop and Documents to OneDrive
and symlinking back and placing them back in the Favorites. I'm sure
there's a more elegant way of doing it tha...
Are you using FileVault by chance? It sounds like the FileVault password
is out of sync. You may need to remove and then re-add the user to
FileVault. The easiest way I've done this is through the terminal (you
could also turn off filevault and then ...