I administer seven Macs running a range of OS X 10.10 to macOS 10.13. The machine I use to administer them is running OS X 10.10.
All of the users are Standard accounts, with one Admin account which I use to administer the computers.
Is there a way to set an incorrect password lock out, which will only let you try more passwords if, a set time is elapsed, or the Admin user grants access again?
I would like to use the lockout as an additional layer of security from someone trying to brute force their way into a remote desktop session with a machine when the machine is on a public network (eg. hotel / airport etc).