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I guess someone removed the file from the SafeBoot admin system, thus it keeps removing it for you.
turn off all the windows login options for this machine, then look at the client log to see what it's doing.
Can't do that I don't think as this is a laptop that is on the domain so needs to have the windows logon on. I'm currently decrpyting the laptop and then will reencrypt to see if that fixes the issue.
what you said makes no difference - there's no link between SSO and domain logons - the reason SBGina is being installed is because you have the SafeBoot Windows Login options ticked.
If you just unticked them, it would remove the registry key for SBGina and you'd be fine - no need to decrypt.
Check the client log before you do anything - If it says it removed SBGina for some reason, then your client file sets are at fault.
I'll look into that thanks.