3 Replies Latest reply on May 31, 2010 8:08 AM by NCC

    EEPC 5.2.4 Require re-logon in Win7


      Hello everyone,


      I know from XP machines, that when enabling "Require Endpoint Encryption re-logon", a Windows user has to authenticate against the EEPC GINA instead of MSGINA.

      Using Tokens, this gives the benefit of being able to use the Token to log in.


      Now in Windows 7 this feature does NOT display the EEPC GINA, but a user can still use his Token to authenticate, as if the EEPC GINA was there.


      Is this the way it is supposed to be?


      And by the way...

      has at some point in time the option "Endpoint Encryption logon component always active" had any changes to it?

      In this case disabling it does not affect the GINA on the client; neither on XP nor 7.