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Question: Login screen "Some network accounts are available"

I'm running 10.13.3 on a Mac Pro. In Users & Groups, Login Options: The machine is joined to a "Network Account Server", and the "Allow network users to log in at login window" box is *unchecked*.


The intention here is that only local accounts should be able to log in to the computer; network accounts should not be able to log in to the computer. But the Mac's login screen shows a message (beside an orange circle at the right of the username field) which says "Some network accounts are available".


Why are any network accounts available at the login window? How do I disable network accounts from logging in (while remaining joined to the account server)?

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Question: Login screen "Some network accounts are available"