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why would SSO not work? EEPC knows what the users Windows password is (it's a separate credential)?
If the user forgets their EEPC password, that does not change the stored SSO information - you can clear that with the user right-click menu if you like though.
This has been talked about in a few different threads with many points of view - but the end result is that EEPC does not "forget" your SSO details just because you reset the EEPC password. The user will now know their new EEPC password, and EEPC will know their Windows password.
This makes it a huge pain for non-IT users who don't realize that their "login password" isn't their "AD/Netware/whatever" password and they try and use it to access network resources such as OWA, or things that rely on their AD password.
Okay, it makes a sense ... however I agree with Chris that it might be confusing for non-IT users. To be honest I have even troubles with IT guys as they don't bother to read any docs I made for them.
Thanks both of you