Apple released macOS High Sierra 10.13.2 to the public on Tuesday. As anticipated by the beta development cycle, Apple’s patch notes specify bug fixes in this release. Improvements include consumer-facing and enterprise-specific issues.
macOS High Sierra 10.13.2 Patch Notes
The macOS High Sierra 10.13.2 Update improves the security, stability, and compatibility of your Mac, and is recommended for all users.
- Improves compatibility with certain third-party USB audio devices.
- Improves VoiceOver navigation when viewing PDF documents in Preview.
- Improves compatibility of Braille displays with Mail.
- Improves performance when using credentials stored in the keychain to access SharePoint websites that use NTLM authentication.
- Resolves an issue that prevented the Mac App Store and other processes invoked by Launch Daemons from working on networks that use proxy information defined in a PAC file.
- If you change your Active Directory user password outside of Users & Groups preferences, the new password can now be used to unlock your FileVault volume (previously, only the old password would unlock the volume).
- Improves compatibility with SMB home directories when the share point contains a dollar sign in its name.
You can find the update in Updates in the Mac App Store.
One thought on “Apple Releases macOS High Sierra 10.13.2 to Public”
After updating you might want to just verify that Apple hasn’t reintroduced the ability to log in as root with no password…
Sadly, “surely they wouldn’t be so stupid as to …” no longer applies to Apple.
Old UNIX Guy