I am wondering why this behavior is different: 1. MacBook Pro 2018 #1 - encrypted disk, single disk laptop - On restart/power on, I enter one password to gain access to the disk, then I log in using another password. The passwords happen to be the same. It's on MacOS 10.14.1 (18B75). 2. MacBook Pro 2018 #2 - encrypted disk, single disk laptop - identical configuration to #1 except for a different discrete graphics card - On restart/power on, I enter one password on boot, and I am logged in. It's on MacOS 10.14.1 (18B3094). I set this MacBook Pro up from a Thunderwire transfer from MacBook Pro #1. The Apple SSD/Revision and size are identical. In Disk Utility, both disks in MacBook Pro #1 and #2 show as "APS Volume - APS (Encrypted)" Is this just a tweak in the encrypted log on between the two minor variants of MacOS, or is there some other reason it works differently? I need to be sure the disk in both is fully encrypted. Thanks!