A user with a Mac OS X computer says that he doesn't have the option to login to his Mac whenever this Mac is outside of our office. This Mac has all of the latest Mac updates installed.
This Mac is joined to our Server 2016 Active Directory domain and the user logs onto the Mac using his Active Directory account. Our local area network is using an IP subnet of 172.16.0.0.
I have set the Mac so that it prompts the user to login with his account name and password.
This user says that whenever he is outside of our office the only options he has is to login to a local Admin account that I have created our to login using the guest user account.
Is there a keystroke combination (similar to CTRL-ALT-DEL on a Windows computer) the user can press to switch back to the username and password login option rather than the user clicking on the account name he would like to login with?
Also since the user is outside of the office and we don't have a VPN setup will the user be able to login with his Active Directory username and password even though the Mac won't be able to contact the Active Directory domain controller?