Is there a way to launch Autodomain (we are using Vista-EEPC5.24-Autodomain5.24) user pop-up window for users, until users clicks OK (i.e after multiple user logoff and and reboot) ?
Autodomain user pop-up window launches for the very first time a user logs into the system. If for some reason user forgets to enter the password for the very first time and logs-off or reboots or closes the window, his EEPC account password will be set to default of "12345" and will not be prompted for password on EEPC enabled system.
We want Autodomain user pop-up to launch (i.e after multiple logoff/reboots/window closes) for users until they enter somthing in password field and select OK from Autodomain pop-up window.
The simplest approach would be to modify the create current user code to abort cleanly if the user did such a thing, then stickaround would come back true (because the current user would not have a pre-boot account etc). So yes, it's certainly possible to achieve this behavior, and probably pretty simply as well.
In v5.50 you could use the "terminate" and "cancel" events that the new login box throws to make this decision, in the earlier versions I guess you could just inspect the returned password to see if it was the default or not.
I guess it is reasonable request to add this option as part of statndard Autodomain package, if so when can I get a copy of this.
I am aware of Autodomain 5.25 package and not 5.5 ?, what are you referring to ?
You can follow progress of v5.50 on my blog - http://simonhunt.wordpress.com.
As to the request, throw it via your McAfee account manager and professional services team, eventually I guess it will make its way up to me or one of my team once the T&C have been worked out.