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Uncheck that box, recreate the AD account, add the account to FV users, and you can login off network fine. So we don't want nor need the auto mounting behavior in 10.10, but actually getting it to stop short of removing and recreating the account is proving a little hard. Jon Back to top #5 JCsHands Posted 13 June 2009 - 02:42 PM JCsHands InsanelyMac Geek Members 103 posts Gender:Male I see this thread was started a year ago, so maybe So, next opportunity I had to plug my laptop into power (again, bus), it booted right up. Source

Thanks! Thank you for providing this! ;) And thank you for giving me credit, glad to be recognized on such a great forum! ;) Posted: 2/3/15 at 1:17 PM by analog_kid @2COlaltman SourceForge About Site Status @sfnet_ops Powered by Apache Allura™ Find and Develop Software Create a Project Software Directory Top Downloaded Projects Community Blog @sourceforge Resources Help Site Documentation Support Request © Thing is, this is a freshly imaged machine, which was FileVaulted clean from a new Mobile account (then the files were recovered). my company

The logs show this event...12/5/12 2:46:04.285 PM hidd: Timeout waiting for IOKit to be quiet Whats weird is most of the time this delay does not happen. NOTE: If one were to “Login” from cold boot with a local account that does not have an SMB Share mounted as the home directory account, log out of the local Tested with the default BindTimeout and a custom setting of 15 seconds.

TL;DR 1) Login normally until you see the progress bar2) DONT TOUCH ANYTHING until you see the spinning pinwheel of death (~60 to 120 seconds)3) Hit enter (if it does not Register now! this started happening after I installed the card Just fixed it!!!!!!!!! Learn more about Jamf 52 Following Yosemite Upgrade, FileVault 2 systems freeze on login...

Cannot open remote host, error: DSOpenDirServiceErr Posted: 3/19/15 at 4:58 PM by shurkin18 So far had to restrict everyone from upgrading to Yosemite... This could not be flagged. Also verified the logins work offline with cached credentials. This led to a booting time over 10 minutes every time I restart the computer.What I have try 1.

Yea, it locks at 50% as well. EDIT: Couldn't get back into my install (tried all sorts of BIOSes, changing GPU settings, etc. Posted: 10/24/14 at 4:27 PM by dilok Having the same issue here on 4 systems 2 MBA's and 2 MBP's (non retina)Turned off FV2 on 1 MBA and worked as normal.I'm Once you see the progress bar, it is imperative that you not click anywhere.

Let us know a. Mac Pro, Mac OS X (10.7.5), Apple RAID Card, 24GB RAM Related threads • how do I delete an app if its in waiting? The cursor will be drawn on the screen at some point; if it is not on screen after 10 seconds, move the cursor around till you can see it. In this scenario, it displays the same behavior of the spinning pinwheel until the “Close” button is pressed.

http://openradar.appspot.com/ Posted: 1/9/15 at 10:41 AM by Shawn.Waller @spraguga What is the DSCL command to fix the current users? this contact form Luckily, I've gotten past all of those. I also use the other 2 DVI ports for a total of 3 displays. My HDMI audio I use is from my discrete graphics card (the GTX 670).

We are use to seeing the typical 2 to 3 minute login times for encrypted machines. Basically after the grey apple logo on the white background my screen goes blue for about 10 minutes. Posted: 10/20/14 at 4:19 PM by pickerin FileVault 2 enabled or not? have a peek here Any help?

I know that will likely work, but I was hoping we wouldn't need to do that for every affected client.Also, Apple enterprise support engineering is saying that setting those to disabled Most Liked Posts LucasGFX1, May 16, 2009 LucasGFX1 macrumors newbie Joined: May 16, 2009 Location: Deltona, FL #1 hey guys, i need a little help with this. I was able to fix it by replacing your DSM method for GFX0 in the SSDT with the following: Return (Package (0x0E) { "AAPL,slot-name", "Slot-1", "name", "Display Controller", "@0,connector-type", Buffer (0x04)

The issue isn't about home directory redirection, per say.

Lion Desktop Support Mtn. Unfortunately, at this time, it spawns that error dialog behind the login screen, where the user can not see it, nor move focus back to it if initial focus is lost. Most likely you can ignore them if you find that everything is working as it should. share Share on Twitter Share on Facebook Email Link Like + Quote Reply LucasGFX1, May 17, 2009 LucasGFX1 thread starter macrumors newbie Joined: May 16, 2009 Location: Deltona, FL #7 i

Posted: 2/2/15 at 10:58 AM by spraguga @2COlaltman][/url][/url Wow this is awesome, nice workaround! This was causing all sorts of issues, including corrupting my BIOS from time to time. I left it there for about 15 mins and it still refuses to boot. http://smartnewsolutions.com/timed-out/socket-timed-out-waiting-for-response-to-rcpt-to.html I have a 3770 processor (non-K) model.

I have a Macbook Pro. 2.33 GHZ intel core 2 duo, 2 GB ram.