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Push the windows Credentials to Endpoint Security client or vice versa

Hello,

we are using endpoint security client with AD authentication.

we are working to avoid 2 times logins :  one login/password to connect to the vpn , then the same for windows authentication.

 

is there a way to:

1- connect first to the vpn client with AD credential ( SDL) , then to "pass" the information to the windows login screen so that the user is logged ?

OR

2- login to windows login screen and then push the credentials (script,windows credentials).. to the endpoint client that automatically log to the vpn gw ?

 

thank you in advance.

we are using E80.x and R80.20 platforms

 

regards

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Wolfgang
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Re: Push the windows Credentials to Endpoint Security client or vice versa

Xavier,

you should enable SecureDomainLogin on the VPN client.

With this you can start your VPN tunnel before you login to Windows and the credentials are passed to the windows logon.

There is no need to authenticate twice. 

Wolfgang

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Re: Push the windows Credentials to Endpoint Security client or vice versa

hello Wolfgang,

 

thank you for your reply. SDL is already setup.

the user is connecting to the VPN client, then, he got the standard windows logon .. there is no "auto logon feature". is that something need to be actived somewhere ??

 

thank you,

best regards

 

xavier

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Wolfgang
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Re: Push the windows Credentials to Endpoint Security client or vice versa

Have a look at the client guide:

REMOTE ACCESS CLIENTS FOR WINDOWS 32/64-BIT E80.72 AND HIGHER 

page 53, Secure Domain Logon (SDL)

Wolfgang

PS.: Do you have only VPN client installed or running with FDE in place ?

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Re: Push the windows Credentials to Endpoint Security client or vice versa

hello again,

the laptop is encrypted with bitlocker and  the endpoint client E80.87 is installed.

maybe that's the reason ?

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Wolfgang
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