I currently have macOS 10.15 Catalina beta installed on my machine (2019 MBP 15") for primary use. I also have a separate APFS volume with macOS Mojave installed (for 32-bit apps). I don't use Mojave day-to-day, so I don't need to bother with Touch ID or signing in with my Apple ID on that volume. However, every time I boot into my Mojave volume, then switch back to my Catalina volume, the Catalina volume forgets all of my Touch ID fingerprints and makes me sign back into my Apple ID.

Is a way to either:

  1. Get the Mojave volume to "ignore" the Secure Enclave/Touch ID so my fingerprints don't reset and Apple ID stays signed in on Catalina (preferred), or
  2. Get Touch ID and iCloud to work seamlessly on both installations?
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