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Enterprise Single Sign-On 8.0.6 - Advanced Login for Windows User Guide

1 Overview 2 Logging on to Windows 3 Locking/Unlocking Your Windows Session 4 Switching Users Without Logging Off Windows (Fast User Switching) 5 Displaying Session Information (Windows XP/2003 only) 6 Shutting Down Your Workstation (Windows XP/2003 only) 7 Managing Your Password or PIN 8 Managing the Unblocking of Your Smart Card 9 Managing Your Windows Session Accounts 10 Managing Primary Accounts on Your Smart Card 11 Renewing your Smart Card Certificate(s) 12 Managing a Cluster from Your Workstation 13 Managing Session Delegation 14 Deleting Your Roaming Session 15 Logging on as an Administrator on a User Session Appendix A: Advanced Login Registry Keys Appendix B: Integrating Quest ESSO with Prim'X Cryhod

1.4 Welcome Screen

For the Windows XP/2003 welcome screen, see the Windows XP/2003 section below.
For the Windows 7/2008 welcome screen, see the Windows 7/2008 section below.
The Advanced Login welcome screen is displayed at workstation start-up. It shows the logon methods that are allowed and installed on the workstation.
Advanced Login provides the following authentication methods:
User name/password authentication
Press Ctrl+Alt+Del to connect using your user name/password, as explained in
2.1 Logging on to Windows with Your User Name and Password.
Smart card authentication
Insert your smart card or USB key (if any), as explained in
2.2 Logging on to Windows with Your Smart Card.
Biometric authentication
Place your finger on the scanner (if any), as explained in
2.3 Logging on to Windows with Your Fingers.
RFID authentication
Use your RFID badge (if any), as explained in
2.4 Logging on to Windows with Your RFID Badge.
Advanced Login respects the Ctrl+Alt+Del key combination that you can configure in Windows.
The initial authentication screen appears when you press Ctrl+Alt+Del at workstation startup, or when you want to switch users.
Advanced Login provides the following authentication methods:
User name/password authentication
Several users can be logged at the same time on the workstation. The screen shows one tile for each logged user, or if no user is logged, it shows one tile with the name of the last logged user. The "Other User" tile allows another user to open a session.
See
2.1 Logging on to Windows with Your User Name and Password.
You can also use the Windows Remote Desktop Connection to open a Windows session remotely. When you authenticate yourself on a workstation, your credentials are transmitted to the remote workstation (Pass Through method) when authenticating on it.

2 Logging on to Windows

2.1 Logging on to Windows with Your User Name and Password

For the Windows XP/2003 procedure, see the Windows XP/2003 section below.
For the Windows 7/2008 procedure, see the Windows 7/2008 section below.
1.
In the Welcome window, press Ctrl+Alt+Del.
If you have a number of accounts in one or more domains, and/or if none of them is known to the Quest ESSO services, the following window prompts you to select the account to be used.
The Windows domain definition can be done with the Enterprise SSO Studio component of SSOWatch: define an application with a Windows application model. For more information on SSOWatch, see SSOWatch Administrator Guide.
1.
Press Ctrl+Alt+Del.
4.

2.2 Logging on to Windows with Your Smart Card

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