Pre-boot with domain account, then in Windows login, use local admin account.
Well......the EEPC password gets synched with the domain password and hence I didnt even get the windows login screen to change the username(After enetring the EEPC password it directly logs the domain user in).
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Two options. Disengage EEPC SSO or once in Windows, login as different user.
tried the second option of Logging in as different user when already in windows but it doesnt work as when I logoff,it by default goes to EEPC login screen which already has the username configured and If i try a different username in EEPC, I get an error "Unknown User".
Then, at least first option applies. Do not use EEPC SSO.
Or call for enhancement to allow breaking out from SSO if you want different user login.
So following does not work for you?
If a user chooses to “log off” windows, they would normally expect to see the standard
Windows logon box. Endpoint Encryption takes control of this in the same way as the
initial logon screen, forcing the next user to login with their Endpoint Encryption
If you want to logon to Windows using a different account than your stored
credentials, they simply cancel the default login window, then clear the “Automatically
logon to Windows” box.
Once cleared, simply select the token you want to login with.