Applies To:Centrify for Mac This information is provided for convenience purposes only to Centrify Customers - the original document is available from Apple Support at http://support.apple.com/kb/HT5989 ==========================================================How to disable automatic login when FileVault is enabled – OS X Mavericks==========================================================OS X Mavericks lets you disable automatic login when FileVault is enabled using one of the methods described below. When automatic login is disabled, a user must enter a login password or smart card PIN to login to the computer after unlocking a FileVault protected disk.When disabling automatic login, two passwords are required while starting up:
These passwords can be the same if you are logging in as the user who unlocked the disk.Use the following Terminal command to disable automatic login when FileVault is enabled:
One password is needed to unlock the disk at the EFI Login Window.
Another password is needed to log in at the regular Login Window.
sudo defaults write /Library/Preferences/com.apple.loginwindow DisableFDEAutoLogin -bool YES
Use the following command to allow automatic login when FileVault is enabled:
sudo defaults delete /Library/Preferences/com.apple.loginwindow DisableFDEAutoLogin