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Hide or display the shutdown button in the login window. In loginwindow.plist, set the ShutDownDisabled key = true to hide the button. If the key does not exist, the button is displayed.

Hide or display the non-local users list when logging in Controls whether the login window shows a list of non-local (other) users from which to choose when logging in, or shows fields in which a user and a password can be entered.

Hide or display the non-local users list when logging in Controls whether the login window shows a list of non-local (other) users from which to choose when logging in, or shows fields in which a user and a password can be entered.

Controls whether the login window shows a list of non-local (other) users from which to choose when logging in, or shows fields in which a user and a password can be entered. In loginwindow.plist, set the SHOWOTHERUSERS_MANAGED key = false. If the key does not exist, a list of users is displayed.

Controls whether the login window shows a list of non-local (other) users from which to choose when logging in, or shows fields in which a user and a password can be entered. In loginwindow.plist, set the SHOWOTHERUSERS_MANAGED key = false. If the key does not exist, a list of users is displayed.

Prompt Users for a Username and Password The login window must be configured to prompt all users for both a username and a password. By default, the system displays a list of known users at the login screen. This gives an advantage to an attacker with physical access to the system, as the attacker would only have to guess the password for one of the listed accounts.

Prompt Users for a Username and Password The login window must be configured to prompt all users for both a username and a password. By default, the system displays a list of known users at the login screen. This gives an advantage to an attacker with physical access to the system, as the attacker would only have to guess the password for one of the listed accounts.

The login window must be configured to prompt all users for both a username and a password. By default, the system displays a list of known users at the login screen. This gives an advantage to an attacker with physical access to the system, as the attacker would only have to guess the password for one of the listed accounts.

The login window must be configured to prompt all users for both a username and a password. By default, the system displays a list of known users at the login screen. This gives an advantage to an attacker with physical access to the system, as the attacker would only have to guess the password for one of the listed accounts.

Hide or display the restart button in the login window. Hide or display the restart button in the login window.


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