Doesn’t sound too bad, you can always set up two-factor authentication later in 
System Preferences>iCloud and by clicking account details under your name.
> On 23 Sep 2016, at 01:40, matthew dyer <ilovecountrymusic...@gmail.com> wrote:
> 
> Hi all,
> 
> Just want to share my experience with doing a clean install of 10.12.  First 
> off, I moved everything over to my dropbox account which so far went without 
> a problem.  Next once I did all this, I used to the bootible drive to install 
>  and discovered that the partition could be erased but not the drive itself.  
> This was not a big deal.  After going through the install, I found a bug 
> which I wondered if anyone else incountered when trying to have 2facter 
> authentication enabled, the system would reboot for no reason after selecting 
> the screen to enter a phone number to use when signing in with a new device.  
> I then elected to skip that step for now and everything else went fine.  I 
> now have my iTunes account configured and my email accounts came over without 
> any problem.  
> 
> That is the story off my adventure for now.  I should mention that before the 
> install, I had been running the gold master of the os.  Just thought I would 
> point that out.  I would like to hear other experiences with the clean 
> install on there machines.  I have an iMac 21.5 with 8 gb of ram and a 1 TB 
> HD.  I can share other specks if interested.  
> 
> Matthew
> 
> 
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