We are using EEPC 7.0.1 with ePO 4.6.6, we have decided to use "Reactive autoboot" , however as soon as we enable autoboot, Switch User option is grayed out.
and because of this user are not able to use "courion password reset tool" to reset this windows password.
Do you mean that Windows credential provider functionality isn't working as expected, due to enabling autoboot?
When autoboot is enabled, no specific user logs in at Preboot. Thus, things like SSO will not work (since no user has authenticated to reveal such data).
Is this roughly along the lines you're talking about?
Thanks for quick reply..
Yes, Windows credential provider functionality is not working as expected.
Switch User option is grayed out as soon as we enable Autoboot or Reactive Autoboot in policy.
Just to clarify, are you seeing this only with Reactive Autoboot, or also with just normal Autoboot?
Switch is grayed with both options "autoboot" & "reactive Autoboot"
Courion Password reset tool is disapearig (attached image) from lock screen only when REACTIVE AUTOBOOT is enabled.Message was edited by: rbdudani on 1/28/14 7:31:22 AM CST
Many thanks for the info. When you have just normal Autoboot enabled, do you have any SSO options enabled in the EEPC/MDE policy?
Thanks for quick reply.
Yes, we have SSO enabled in normal Autoboot & in reactive autoboot. (PS: I tried disabling SSO and selecting few option in SSO , and by selecting some of the option under SSO but not worked)