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ubuser
2021-05-19T21:07:22Z
When launching client software, if user accounts are set up a window appears for login info. We would like each user to be required to type in their VC credentials to gain access. However on client software installed on our server workstation, credentials are always auto populated with the user name and password of the last user who logged in, regardless of if 'remember settings' is checked or not. So you just have to hit 'login' and it bypasses typing any credentials to gain access.

How do you enforce credential entry at every login without auto populating the user/password of the last session? Thanks.

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2021-05-21T08:36:36Z
Originally Posted by: ubuser 

When launching client software, if user accounts are set up a window appears for login info. We would like each user to be required to type in their VC credentials to gain access. However on client software installed on our server workstation, credentials are always auto populated with the user name and password of the last user who logged in, regardless of if 'remember settings' is checked or not. So you just have to hit 'login' and it bypasses typing any credentials to gain access.

How do you enforce credential entry at every login without auto populating the user/password of the last session? Thanks.



Hi,
This seems like a bug. I can reproduce this myself as well. Thanks for the feedback, I've forwarded it to our developers and will let you know once we've got a build out where it's fixed.
Michael
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2021-06-08T14:30:26Z
There seems to be a big misunderstanding here. It is working properly but I think what you expect is to unique logon for each user. To achieve this you should switch to AD-logon type. Then it is unique for the Windows user that is logged on.

On the other hand the settings that are displayed is unique to the windows account anyway, meaning that it will show the settings stored for the current user (as settings are stored locally per user).

We never "bypass" anything. You can type any username but it has to be the right password.
Henrik
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