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This test case checks whether user creation works during installation.

How to test

  1. Boot the installer using any available means
  2. Make appropriate choices at the pre-installation hub and begin installation
  3. While installation is underway, enter the User Creation spoke and create a user account. You will either have to make this user an administrator, or also set a root password in the Root Password spoke
  4. Boot the installed system, and attempt to log in using the user account you created

Expected Results

  1. The user creation process during installation should work correctly and not interfere with the installation process
  2. Any initial setup utility that may run on first boot of the installed system should not require you to create a second user account
  3. You should be able to log in to the installed system successfully with the user account you created
  4. If you set the user account to be an administrator account, it should be one (in the 'wheel' group); if not, it should not