Configure the Login Window profile to control the look and feel of the login window, including options for logging in, and directory user access to the device.


  1. Navigate to Resources > Profiles & Baselines > Profiles and select Add. Select Apple macOS, and then select Device Profile, since this profile is only applicable to the entire device.
  2. Configure the profile's General settings.
  3. Select the Login Window payload.
  4. Configure Login Window settings using the tabs, including:
    Tab Description
    • Show additional information in the menu bar, including host name, macOS version, and IP address when the menu bar is selected.
    • Enter custom banner message.
    • Show local user, mobile accounts, network accounts, device admins and "other" information.
    • Show device power options, including Shut Down, Restart and Sleep.
    • Show password hint and set amount of retries before hint is shown, if available.
    • Enable automatic login, console access, Fast User Switching
    • Log out users, enable computer admin to refresh or disable management.
    • Set computer name to computer record name, enable external accounts, allow guest user.
    • Set screen saver to start and set actual screen saver.
    • Allow or deny specific user accounts from accessing device.
    • Allow local-only users to log-in; use available workgroup settings and nesting
    • Combine available work group settings and always show work group dialog during login

      Note: This only works with Directory Users, not local users on the device. The device must be bound to the same directory that Workspace ONE UEM is pulling users from.
    • Set EnableMCXLoginScripts to TRUE.
    • Set MCXScriptTrust to match the binding settings used to connect the client computer to the directory domain.
  5. Select Save & Publish when you are finished to push the profile to devices.