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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

A.1 Autologon

Quest ESSO client
Quest ESSO client
Quest ESSO client
If you keep the Shift key pressed during the logon sequence, the automatic logon is interrupted and you can authenticate yourself with a smart card or biometric data to open the Windows session as another user.
You cannot authenticate yourself with a password; indeed when you press the
Ctrl+Alt+Del keys, the automatic logon resumes and the session is re-opened with user configured for autologon.

A.2 Biometrics

Quest ESSO client
Quest ESSO client
Biometric False Accepted Rate.
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Quest ESSO client
0 (default): the user does not authenticate himself.
Quest ESSO client
0 (default): beep is enabled.
Quest ESSO client
0 (default): the biometric enrollment tool is proposed each time the user starts his Windows session.

A.3 Password Management

Quest ESSO client
The must change password at next connection option is always enabled when users reset a password through the SSPR process.
Quest ESSO client
1 (default): option enabled.
Quest ESSO client
In this type of architecture, Quest ESSO stores users SSO data in another LDAP directory than Active Directory. But the users' accounts are stored in Active Directory and are managed by SSOWatch module of Quest ESSO as secondary accounts. In this configuration, the Windows password must be changed manually by default.

A.4 RFID

Quest ESSO client
Quest ESSO Controller
1 (default): no restriction.
Quest ESSO client/Quest ESSO Controller
1 (default): allowed.
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