I have a 2018 Mac Mini with an encrypted system volume that should only be unlockable by a single user.
It used to be the case that when I started up my computer I get a brief apple logo then see a Filevault password prompt (stripped down login window) for only a single user, and after entering the password for that user I'd then get a progress bar as the system unlocked and started up.
However, ever since 10.15.6 this has not been the case; when I start up after shutting down my computer it gives me the apple logo with a progress bar that reaches the end before displaying a full login window for all users
In other words, for some reason my T2 chip is no longer prompting for a Filevault password at all before unlocking the disk, it's just unlocking it automatically every single time, completely defeating the point. The issue also occurs under 10.15.7.
I know that the T2 chip doesn't lock a volume when restarting during system updates, but it's like that behaviour has become permanently enabled such that it's also affected shutdown and startup, which is a major security flaw.
Is there any way I can reset this without losing access to the disk?