I would recommend starting you're own topic on this one, you will get more responses than you will posting on an 8 y.o. thread. There are also a number of similar topics out there, you can use the search box using keywords.
In short, every bank seems to handle it differently. The shortage has let up in areas, but is still affecting more than is not. Only 2 of the 8 banks in my area will allow more than 2 rolls per denomination for non business accounts. The other two are back to unlimited. You may just need to call around and check the restriction each branch has. Good luck.
It honestly depends on several things... Having a business account, of course helps - I have one with US Bank, so I can pretty much get what I want at their branches. Also, having a rapport or previous relationship with the staff at banks also helps - this has helped me in getting more than the usual minimums at a couple of Chase branches.
In terms of the banks overall, at least as far as the major banks, BofA and Chase seem to be most rigid in holding to the two roll per denomination rules... At *most* Wells Fargo branches I've been able to get 10-25 rolls of coins of various denominations at a time, with only a few holding to the 10 roll (or less) minimums. US Bank, at branches where they do have coin, has also been very easy to deal with in getting rolls.
Before Covid, I would get boxes of coin; now I only get rolls at the drive thru, because I don't like to risk getting Covid inside the branch. I am lucky because the drive thru bank is super nice, and gives me a bunch of different rolls. Make sure you are always polite to the tellers, and if you have to, speak to the manager, or go to a different branch or a totally different bank.