SecureAuth IdP Version affected: All
Description: When using the Credential Provider. If a machine is locked, when the User comes to unlock the machine, the username and domain is not populated. This is more secure but makes the user experience worse.
Cause: Optional Settings
When you first install the Credentials Provider, you get asked the following "Display Last Logon User ID" and it is not ticked by Default.
If you do click this option, it will then display the Username when you're on the lock screen and save you having to type anything other than the Password and OTP.
This setting is also editable via the Registry if you want to try it.
1. Open Regedit
2. Navigate to HKLM\Software\SecureAuth2FactorCP
3. Edit CacheLastUsername and set it to 1
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