Short story: Installed a new SSD drive and restored from a Time Machine backup. For some reason that wouldn't allow me to enable File Vault so I used the Lion install USB to wipe the drive, do a fresh install of Lion, update to 10.7.2 and then used Migration Assistant to pull all my files and apps onto the fresh Lion install where File Vault would turn on properly. Now when booting the "Other . . ." choice of users is gone. I still have my account, and the Guest User account that boots to a Safari browser for the Find My Mac feature, but the "Other" login prompt where I usually type Root and then password to login isn't there. Disabling Root, restart, enable Root, restart still doesn't bring it back. How can I get that Root user login back? I realize I can use the Login preferences to require that the username and password be typed, allowing me to type Root to login, but I would rather have the "Other" prompt to make it easier to Login to my regular account. This isn't a terrible problem as I think I've only used the Root account for one or two specific things, but still is something nagging that I'd like fixed. Can anyone help?