After some Catalina update recently, my 2013 Mac Pro, upon startup, immediately shows the login screen before actually booting up.
By this, I mean that TeamViewer, and other background service are not available until you login once... This makes it extremely frustrating when working remotely to my Mac because I cannot risk rebooting it, otherwise I have to go physically log into it in order for TeamViewer to fire up.
This was not the case for the past 7 years I have been using Macs.
Is there any way to turn off this delayed-load nonsense? I looked everywhere in preferences and Google'd away but either I am not googling the right terms or no one's noticed.
My PCs still work fine after a reboot, FTP, RDP, TeamViewer, IIS all work upon booting a PC on Win10 without having to log in. But, of course, not Apple...