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OSX Login Screen:  User names show when set not to be displayed

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I've configured my OSX login screen for Display Name and Password, but the list of users still appears.  Does anyone know why?
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This seems to be a FileVault bug:

https://discussions.apple.com/thread/3201161?tstart=0
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Thank you. That explains it.
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