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    EEPC+Autodomain(as pre-installer) user pop-up doesn’t prompt for user’s password for the 1st time

      We are planning to deploy EE 5.2 and Autodomain 5.24 on Windows Vista through Windows SMS service. We are pushing the EE SMS package and installation using local admin credentials:

       

      Scenario: EEPC+Autodomain(as pre-installer) integrated package deployed and an immediate reboot is done to start the encryption process.

      Issue: Autodomain user pop-up doesn’t prompt for user’s password during 1st login (autodomain.exe process runs and exits). A second logoff/logon or reboot will launch autodomain pop-up window for the end user and works normal after this stage.

      Desired solution: We would like to make autodomain user pop-up to appear during 1st login immediately after reboot.

       

      If above mentioned scenario can’t be resolved, we are thinking of following alternatives:

       

      Backup scenario 1: EEPC+Autodomain(as pre-installer) integrated package deployed as first SMS package. Second SMS package will check for the completion of autodomain process with user credentials. If completed, the package will reboot to start the encryption process.

      Issue : How to check for the completion of autodomain process with user credentials. Autodomain.html file get’s created even if the user won’t enter his credentials ( closes the pop-up window or ignores it)

      Desired solution: Check for a specific log file, If exists we will reboot.

       

      Backup scenario 2: EEPC+Autodomain(as regular file) integrated package deployed as first SMS package and Second SMS package will install autodomain.exe registry key in “HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Software\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\Run\”

      Clarification : In this scenario, adding an entry in “HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Software\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\Run\” registry key would be sufficient ?, or we need to take care of additional configuration changes to make autodomain work as a pre-installer.

                                      SBPTool.Autodomain="C:\Program Files\McAfee\Endpoint Encryption for PC\AutoDomain.exe"

       

      Look forward to hear from the community.

       

      Thanks.

       

       

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