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EEPC v6 logon and tokens

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Hi,

I'm testing EEPC v6. If I disable the autoboot option when login and introduce the user and password manually, I get an error about the token, I believe that the error is
"EE0F0001: Token authentication parameters are incorrect" but I'm not sure.

It's mandatory to have a compatible token to autenticate?

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Re: EEPC v6 logon and tokens

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What was the user logged in when you installed EE? That is the user. Did you try 12345 password?

In ePO server task for "EE LDAP Server User/Group Synchronization" what "User Name" attribute do you have selected?

That is the EE user name being used for AD user.

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Re: EEPC v6 logon and tokens

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That token is a password. Most likely. Did you try to use default EEPC password in user policy, that you have setup while configuring ePO/EE?

Most likely it is '12345'.

Default passwordChange default password- The default password is 12345, if the user changes the default password, then the newly set password will be the default password for that user.

Re: EEPC v6 logon and tokens

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Thanks for your answer peter.

Well, my config is

Disable autoboot

Enable SSO

Enable Add Local Users

Enable Syncronize windows password (don't remeber exactly the words but I hope you understand me)

On tokens: only password option is selected

I don't understand, what is the user for this default password? This password is useful for all users?

Sorry for my ignorance, but without it i'll not being writing here...

Re: EEPC v6 logon and tokens

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What was the user logged in when you installed EE? That is the user. Did you try 12345 password?

In ePO server task for "EE LDAP Server User/Group Synchronization" what "User Name" attribute do you have selected?

That is the EE user name being used for AD user.

Re: EEPC v6 logon and tokens

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Thanks a lot Peter, the the default password runs for all added users to this computer

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