These release notes provide information about the One Identity Starling Two-Factor Desktop Login release.
One Identity Starling Two-Factor Desktop Login offers companies and organizations the ability to add strong Two-Factor Authentication to Microsoft's Windows client and server operating systems. It provides a simple and consistent login experience, even when the user logs in to the local desktop or through a terminal session. Starling Two-Factor Desktop Login ensures secured identity by requiring users to provide their Starling Two-Factor one-time password during the login process.
The following is a list of issues, including those attributed to third-party products, known to exist at the time of release.
|Known Issue||Issue ID|
If the version of Internet Explorer (IE) used is less than 10, a user is unable connect to the Starling organization.
Upgrade IE version to 10 or above.
Before installing Starling Two-Factor Desktop Login 1.0, ensure that your system meets the following minimum hardware and software requirements.
|Processor||1.4 GHz or faster, x86 or x64 processor architecture|
|Memory||1 GB or more|
|Hard disk space||50 MB or more|
Microsoft .NET Framework 4.5.2 or later
|Additional requirements||Starling subscription|
This product does not require licensing.
For installation instructions, see One Identity Starling Two-Factor Desktop Login Administrator Guide.
This section contains information about installing and operating this product in non-English configurations, such as those needed by customers outside of North America. This section does not replace the materials about supported platforms and configurations found elsewhere in the product documentation.
This release is Unicode-enabled and supports any character set. In this release, all product components should be configured to use the same or compatible character encodings and should be installed to use the same locale and regional options. This release is targeted to support operations in the following regions: North America, Western Europe and Latin America, Central and Eastern Europe, Far-East Asia, Japan. It supports bidirectional writing (Arabic and Hebrew). The release supports Complex Script (Central Asia – India, Thailand).