Login, or logon, meaning to authenticate with a computer.

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Windows 7 pro- Normal boot up, but slow network login

got a question I'd like a little advice on. I have a user on out network who's got a laptop that boots up at a normal speed to the login page, but once he enters in his login credentials the system ...
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User Unable To Login Remotly

When we configure a computers, we always connect it to our company domain after we add the user into our AD. So the next time we reboot the system we can login with the user credentials since we join ...
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(Windows 7) Have Log on screen show local user “Tiles” and “Other”

I have a domain running windows 2008 R2. In one lab (running Windows 7 SP1) I want to be able to manage them using Group policy for the machine, but don't want the users to have to type in a network ...
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802.1x Login Window profile fails because it “can't prompt for missing properties”

I'm trying to configure a TTLS 802.1x Login Window profile on OS X 10.10.1 Yosemite. The profile has been installed (via MDM) and the login window now shows (above the username/password input boxes) ...
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Windows welcome screen delay

I'm having an issue with 50+ laptop/desktop machines. When the user logs into the machine with a wired/wireless connection it usually takes up to 5 minutes to get past the "Welcome screen" on Windows ...
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Auto login in Windows Server 2012

I have a server which I connect to with remote desktop connection. I have defined auto login for a particular user. I also have scheduled a batch script to run after logon for that user. However, ...
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Windows Client Auto Logon After Logoff

I've seen this done before and I'm trying to figure out how it was accomplished now that I've had the opportunity thrown in my lap. Or more like it was placed there by me since I saw an opportunity to ...
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how to check that the shell is not set to either /sbin/nologin or /bin/false [closed]

Trying to follow this solution: https://serverfault.com/a/384811 But couldn't follow these final steps: "also, check that the shell is not set to either /sbin/nologin or /bin/false, which would also ...
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Windows 8.1 No picture password option, despite enabling in policies

I want to enable picture logon to domain-joined Windows 8.1. However in Settings > Accounts > Sign-in options, there is no option for that, but unhelpful "Some settings are managed by your system ...
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Configure startup programs for a user AD-wide

Sorry if this has been asked before, neither the search feature here, or Google was of any help. I'd like to configure startup programs for my own AD user that run whenever I login on any computer in ...
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How to lock out normal (non-admin) users during software installs?

We have a lot of thin clients running Windows Embedded Standard 7 and an SCCM 2012 R2 server to manage them. The thin clients have their write filters enabled (FBWF) so machine changes are not ...
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Is there any reason for those network sign-ins? [closed]

What I mean by that is, when you connect to a public place's WiFi hotspot, you can log in without a password, but then you have to go to the browser and click a button to log in. Is there any reason ...
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Add a field to the Linux Login

Thanks all in advance. The question is simple. I want to ask the user the reason for login in Linux Production Servers. Login prompt will ask as common for user, password and the "Reason for Login" ...
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SFTP and SSH Logins [duplicate]

I've been doing my research and found some clues as to where I should be looking, but just can't quite get it perfect. I'm trying to create a new user, and allow them to have access to SFTP for file ...
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How to change Zimbra Welcome page

I have configured a zimbra mail server. It is working fine. But I want to make one of my own html page as welcome file before login page. I have tried to edit the web.xml file but it is of no use. ...
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Apply changes to PAM changes

Does the server or a specific service needs to be restarted to let changes to pam files (/etc/pam.d/system-auth) take effect? longer version - I'm working on configuring SSSD to connect with LDAP for ...
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RDS Logon failure with domain accounts over internet, but not over VPN

We have a domain-joined RDS 2008 R2 server where logons are rejected for domain accounts (even domain admins) coming in directly over the internet, but it works fine over VPN or internally. The RDS ...
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Configure to enable login in a different shell pass through default shell in SSH

I would like to configure a SSH server in Linux that be enable to login a user in two different shells: one by default and one alternative. I have tried configuring SSH subsystem. I can configure ...
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Strange behaviour of domain administrator credentials on windows server 2008 r2 domain

So, my problem: if i try to log into a client PC (Windows 7 Professional) with the administrator credentials with the network cable plugged in, it will respond with the error message "The user name or ...
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Proxmox Console to OpenVZ Container has two login shells

I am using ProxmoxVE. Proxmox is running in Stand Alone Mode. I have a variety of CentOS 7 containers running. When I try to use the "Console" button to login to the machine I am presented with two ...
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mysql tunnel restrict server login

We currently only allow external mysql access by using ssh tunnels (with a variety of read only/write/admin users) with each end-user having a different user login on the server. Is it possible to ...
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Login timeout for domain-connected laptops

I have Windows 7 laptops that are in the domain network, but are brought home with techs in case they need to work remotely. Login times for those laptops are extremely slow when they are not ...
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How to override a user's UID coming from an LDAP directory?

I am trying to setup Linux logins for users in an LDAP directory. The directory contains users which have a UID under 1000 and I believe this is causing problems with logins to those accounts as UID ...
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Are there issues with making a ldap database group readable?

I'm managing several CentOS 6.5 machines using ldap and kerberos for user accounts and authentication. I want to back up the ldap database as well as other root owned files stored on server1 to ...
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Modify the Windows failed logon message

Is there a way to modify the message that the user sees following the entry of an insecure password, whilst changing/resetting their password, on Windows 7 / 2008 Server machines? Basically, the ...
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Limit su attempts

Is there a way to limit the number of su attempts from a user? For example, malicious user gets into a user login that has su access. Repeatedly runs su to try to gain superuser access. This ...
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monitoring CAS login system

I have a CAS (Central Authentication System) that uses ADFS to authenticate user. First user go to a webapp, click login, which redirects it to CAS. If user is authenticated, it redirects back to ...
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User that can only logon with ssh keys, not password

I'm trying to create a user on a Linux box that can only log on via ssh with a key specified in authorized_keys. The user should not be able to log on via password, neither via ssh nor locally at the ...
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selective wide authentication doesnt seems to be working

I have two forests, testa and testb (with same domain name) and a one way incoming trust relationship exists with a selective authentication. The trust relationship is configured so that selective ...
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HotSpot: Session Failed after Login with Phone Embedded Browsers

Some phones have their embedded browser when they are connecting to HotSpot. (For example in iPhone (iOS) or Windows Phone 8.1). The problem is after login into these browsers (with embedded ...
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Mysterious case of automatic logon without the registry settings that ought to trigger it

This question has an overlap with programming, but I think it primarily belongs here. I'm building an elaborate script in AutoIt that switches on autologon so that multiple unattended reboots are ...
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What do the OS X authorization mechanisms actually do?

Background  I'm trying to glean a better understanding of the OS X login process, in order to decide the best way for achieving VPN Single Sign On. Please do correct me if I'm wrong, but I believe ...
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Login as domain user fails in Linux

Using pbis, joined a Linux (Ubuntu 14.04) node to the domain successfully. # /opt/pbis/bin/get-status LSA Server Status: Compiled daemon version: 8.2.1.2979 Packaged product version: 8.2.2979.68390 ...
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Nagios 3.2.3 Core web interface login via LDAP using full names for username

First off I've never done any Nagios or LDAP configuration in the past and I've been sort of dumped into this as is so often the case so forgive my inevitable ignorance regarding these things but I've ...
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How can I maintain a network connection with no users logged into a workstation

EDIT 1 - This is still an issue for us, and I thought I'd bring up the topic of preinstalled software, notably Intel Wireless Manager. I have a feeling this is at the very least contributing to the ...
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linux + cant access as user + could not open session

in my Linux machine - red-hat I successfully to login to different users as the following su - userC [machine@Linux ~]$ pwd [machine@Linux ~]$ /Users/userC but only in one user I get the ...
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WordPress behind haproxy: $_POST being reset

So here's the sitch: Load balancer (haproxy) delivering to 3 web servers and a database server, 5 servers in total with memcache sessions being shared between the web servers. I can confirm that ...
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To create a scheduled task which can execute without user logged on --using vbscript

I need to execute a file on a remote machine without logging into the machine. I created scheduled task for the same. PFB the code snippet scheduled_task = "schtasks /Create /S <> /SC nologon /TN ...
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SQL Server 2008 R2 Temporary Login Issue

We have a mature SQL Server 2008 R2 server, being used from many C# web applications, each with connection pooling. Last night, all web applications lost the ability to login to the database for 6 ...
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Domain member server causing continuous login failure for Administrator account

One of our domain member servers keeps producing continuous login failures (caught in Event viewer via Audit Policy) almost every minute. Here's a typical failure log (names & IPs obfuscated): ...
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Users unable to log on to network

A strange problem came up over the last few days. Some of our users had an issue logging on to the domain network. I had thought perhaps it had something to do with a command that was run using a ...
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Windows login remembering the wrong last user

I have a PC running Windows 7, and use domain profiles for login. The group policies are set to remember the last user who logged on. The problem I am having is that the login screen always shows ...
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Centos: rsyslog blocks sshd and also local login if selinux is active

I have a very curious problem on an centos 6.5(now 6.6) machine. After an update between june 11th and october 21th the trouble begins (packages: http://pastebin.com/gXvaycLL). After a restart in ...
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CentOS requires entering password twice for sudo, login

At every login or sudo prompt, the server always rejects the password when it is first supplied, but accepts it the second time. I found this thread which describes what seems to be the same problem, ...
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Windows Server 2003 terminal server extreme logon times

For the past week my users have been experiencing extreme logon times. They are generally in the 20 minute range or more. I will lay out my research below to see if anyone may know how to find the ...
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Very long log in times for roaming user

I have had a roaming user on my network that occasionally experiences crippling log on times, upwards of 40 minutes sometimes. After fighting with it for a month and learning what I can of this ...
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Remote server lost login information during puppet deploy

Let me discuss some background on how this situation came to be first. Skip the first paragraph if you're not interested in the details. I am in a committee in my study community that manages said ...
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Slow logon via Remote Desktop to Server 2012 and Smart Card service errors

When I logon my Server 2012 R2 server via Remote Desktop it sits at the logon screen for 10-20 seconds before logging me in. Once logged in I found the following three errors in the Windows System ...
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Windows Server 2008 R2 Freezes at Login

We have a Windows Server 2008 R2 install on our company desktop server which has been working fine for the last 3 years (with regular updates) Recently, we restarted our server (due to slow file ...
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no record of login thru phpseclib

I am having a strange problem. I am using phpseclib to communicate with one of our server server - 10.0.0.2 my pc client - 10.0.0.1 I am accessing it via 10.0.0.1 when i hit "last -n 10" i cannot ...