Recent Mac log into issues
Recently I have not been able to sign into 2 important systems that I access on a regular basis: my home MacBook Pro and my work iMac.
Issue: I enter my user password on the login screen in a Acronis remote session and it is not accepted.
NOTE: Both systems have been upgraded to macOS Ventura 13.0.1, before this update, remote access to these systems for perhaps years has worked without issues.
I reproduced this by attempting to sign into my Mac mini, also running 13.0.1, same problem.
Now get this: the password on my home MacBook Pro and my work iMac are different *but* both start with an upper case letter, so, in my testing I:
- typed the first letter on my MBP keyboard itself, then typed the rest of the password on Acronis and I was then able to remotely sign in!?
- then changed the 1st letter of my MMP password to lower chase and I was then able to sign in entirely via Acronis!?
Well, I didn't want to mess with my work user password, so I left that as is. I now need to use another method ( not Acronis) to sign into my work iMac.
As for my home MBP, I have set my password back as before and I can no longer sign into it via Acronis.
Has anyone else had this issue?
Acronis support, are there issues with macOS 13.0.1 your working on?
I've been using the prerelease and I am very happy this is resolved. Thank you for your assistance on this!
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