“You may not install to this volume because it has a disk password.”
I’ve been trying to clean install Big Sur. What I normally do is erase and format my target volume as APFS encrypted and then install the OS. But with Big Sur, I get the above message when trying to select the encrypted target volume in the installation utility, even after it prompts me to unlock said volume. Is it no longer possible to encrypt the volume before installing? Am I only able to get disk encryption by enabling FileVault after installation now? Installing to an already encrypted disk worked—and still works— just fine with Catalina. Any help is appreciated.
MacBook Pro with Touch Bar