First symptom was the wake from sleep screen save lock. After forcing reboot, the user account no longer appears in the pick list of active users.
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Group mirroring is only synced to Dropbox Business.
Changes from Dropbox Business do not sync back to Active Directory.
I have an Apple Care enterprise case open for this, but just curious if anyone here is experiencing the same thing: When you are logged into a mobile account on an AD bound Mac and go to setup i Cloud, the currently logged in network account will get locked out as soon as they attempt to provide a password when prompted to provide an admin password to complete the i Cloud setup.
The i Cloud setup will "fail" but then the services seem to work anyway, but then if you unlock the network account it will lock again shortly after that as long as you stay signed into i Cloud.
I believe I was experiencing something similar with the Sierra GM: My machine isn't bound to AD or a directory, the account in question is local.
Shortly after setting up i Cloud, the user account associated with the i Cloud setup would be locked out.
Basically, this scenario—supported with solutions like Web Active Directory’s People Password product—occurs when users who don’t regularly log directly into a domain and authenticate against a domain controller forget their Windows password.
This includes VPN-connected users as well as users who take advantage of resources like portals that store user credentials in AD.
This syncing simplifies the provisioning and deprovisioning Dropbox Business users.