Change Users & Groups Login Options preferences on Mac
If you’re an administrator of your Mac, you can use the Login Options pane of Users & Groups System Preferences to customize how users log in to your Mac.
To change these preferences, choose Apple menu > System Preferences, click Users & Groups , then click Login Options in the list on the left.
Note: If the lock at the bottom left of the pane is locked , click it to unlock the preference pane.
Automatically log in a particular user when the Mac restarts (choose the user’s account name and enter the user’s password).
This option is useful if the Mac has only one user and is always in a secure location. If security is a concern, don’t turn on automatic login. When automatic login is off, users are required to log in whenever the Mac restarts.
Note: If FileVault is turned on, automatic login is disabled.
Display login window as
Select what’s displayed in the login window.
Show the Sleep, Restart, and Shut Down buttons
Display these buttons in the login window.
Show Input menu in login window
Allow users to choose a keyboard layout to use to support text input in a selected language after login.
Show password hints
Provide a password hint in the login window. The hint is shown if the user clicks the question mark in the password field or enters a password incorrectly three times in a row.
Show fast user switching menu as
Allow users to quickly switch to their own account from a user who is currently logged in using the menu bar. Choose how users are displayed in the menu bar from the pop-up menu.
Allow network users to log in at login window
Allow users to log in to your Mac using accounts on a network account server that your Mac is joined to.
Use accessibility options that make it easier to log in to your Mac. See Turn on accessibility options in the login window.
Network Account Server
Connect or join your Mac to a network account server, or edit an existing connection.
Add and Remove
Add or delete a new user or group.