If you don’t check “Allow user to administer this computer” MDS deploys standard user. What’s the admin name and password in this case?
As far as I know, there is no admin in this case.
This is something that powerful tools like MDS allows you to do that macOS would not have allowed you to do since the first admin would be created via Setup Assistant.
Basically, you shouldn’t do that.
There are some ways you could create an admin after the fact, but I’m assuming that’s beside the point since a Mac probably shouldn’t be setup with MDS with no admin.
Thanks. So if i want a standard user then it’s better to allow him to administer or create another admin.
“So if I want a standard user then it’s better to allow him to administrate or create another admin.”
That is correct . Create two users, Child and Parent. Give Parent admin privileges. I don’t think you can do auto-login using MDS, but you should use the macOS Users & Group preference pane to specify Child as the auto-login account.