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Question: After High Sierra Upgrade not able to login to network accounts that do not use a password

Okay, here is my situation. We have several computer classrooms that have Macs and we have a Domain controller (Network accounts) for these particular rooms. These accounts are basic accounts for the labs to use the computer and with the amount of usage we do not have a password setup on the domain for these accounts. They just need to click on the account name and press enter so the system goes into the account for the class or lab to use them. However, after the update to High Sierra, we are not able to log into any network (classroom/lab) account that does not have a password. However, the accounts that do have a password we are able to login with no problem. Any thoughts... again this worked fine before the upgrade.


So, in summary...

Classroom account with no password - not able to log into

Any other network account with password - able to log in


Again, it is not feasible to have a password on these systems in a classroom.


Thanks again for any insight with this.

iMac, macOS High Sierra (10.13.1)

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Question: After High Sierra Upgrade not able to login to network accounts that do not use a password