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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

2.9.1 Logging on with Microsoft Autologon

The Microsoft Autologon opens a Windows session without Advanced Login or SSOWatch processes being started.
To set these keys, please refer to the corresponding Microsoft documentation: http://support.microsoft.com/?scid=kb%3Ben-us%3B315231&x=10&y=13.
If you want to disable the Microsoft Autologon process, keep the Shift key pressed during authentication process.

2.9.2 Logging on with Advanced Login Autologon

The Advanced Login Autologon opens a Windows session with Advanced Login and/or SSOWatch processes being started.
Advanced Login Autologon works only if all the registry keys in Appendix A.1 "Autologon" are set.
If you want to disable the Advanced Login Autologon process, keep the Shift key pressed during authentication process.

2.10 Forcing Cache Update at Logon

This is only available if Automatic Validation is disabled by the Administrator: please refer to the Quest ESSO Console Administrator Guide.
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.
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Select the Do not use user cache check box and click OK.
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After choosing the tile, click I want to modify login options.
The Login Options window appears.
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Select the Update User Cache check box and click OK.

3 Locking/Unlocking Your Windows Session

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