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it will only set the EEPC password to the Windows password during a failed SSO, or a detected network change password event.
If you set the two differently yourself (as you did), that won't be overruled until the next event as above.
Thank you for the quick response. If thats the way it is, then thats the way it is.
The description is a little misleading though & makes no mention of this caveat "If the Windows and Endpoint Encryption login passwords differ, Users will be prompted to set the Endpoint Encryption password to the Windows password".
It would be a nice feature for future releases !