When using WINSelect to block hot-keys the workstation does not prompt for a password when resuming from standby.
Posted by Adam Zilliax, Last modified by Adam Zilliax on 24 November 2015 01:01 PM

When WINSelect is configured to block hotkeys, specifically the WINDOWS-L key combination, the ability of the workstation to enter into a locked state will be disabled. This will show with the following behaviours;

  • Workstations will not prompt for passwords when reusming from standby or other sleep states.
  • Workstations will not prompt for passwords when returning from the screen saver.
  • Workstations will not show the ability to lock the computer in the Windows Security dialog.
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