Add the accidentally deleted “Two-Factor Authentication” bit.
With the release of macOS Mojave 10.14.4, another bug that was originally introduced in 10.14.4 beta. This bug also presents in macOS 10.4.5 beta, iOS 12.2 and iOS 12.3 beta.
Google-hosted G Suite account with Two-Factor Authentication enabled will not be able to log in properly.
When adding a G Suite account you will get a message:
Enter the password for the account “(null)”. Google requires completing authentication in Safari.
In macOS 10.14.4, to authenticate Google Accounts, Safari opens in Private Browsing Mode.
This bug had been reported multiple times by Apple Developers and Beta testers since the release of macOS 10.14.4 beta 1.
This must be a record with the Activity Awards on the iPhone.
Let’s do the math here:
110,479 x 7 days
1,461 days in 4 years – including February 29 on the fourth year.
(773,353 / 1,461) x 4 = 2,177.325 years
In OS X 10.9.3, turning on Find My Mac will result in “Users” folder to be hidden.
According to many reports,
iTunes 11.2 must also be installed in addition to “Find My Mac” enabled in OS X Mavericks 10.9.3 for this bug to execute.
To make the “Users” folder visible again until next reboot,
login as an administrator, launch Terminal.App and type the command:
sudo chflags nohidden /Users
Type in your password when prompted. If you do not have a login password for your admin account, leave it blank.
By the way, why didn’t you assign a password to your admin account? Set a password already.