My Mac Pro has an SSD boot drive and I've moved my Home folder to an external RAID device. I had a bad drive in the RAID and during the repair process, at one point after a reboot/login sequence, the RAID array was not ready so OS X created a fresh ~/Library directory on the boot drive. After getting everything fixed I deleted that ~/Library and got everything point correctly and rebooted. OS X started using my correct Home directory with the appropriate ~/Library directory. All customization in the ~/Library were working as normal except for two items. Previous shortcuts in the Finder window disappeared and Apple Watch login no longer works. When I try to tick the checkbox in System Preferences/Security, I get the following response:
"Your Apple Watch must be signed in to iCloud to allow it to unlock your Mac."
However, all iCloud settings are completed.
So - I assume the Apple Watch security setting is somewhere in ~/Library and I probably just need to delete it and re-setup.
Anybody know where that is?