Identifying users logging into a shared account.
GateKeeper™ allows admins to set computers to Kiosk Mode which allows users to login to a workstation using a single shared account using individual keys, allowing admins to know who logged in, even on shared accounts.
For example, lets say ComputerA is profiled in the GateKeeper system with a kiosk-mode credential with username "commonuser", domain as "ComputerA", and password as "commonpassword". If John were to log in to this computer with his GateKeeper token, the GateKeeper system will recognize the user as John, but will log him into the Windows account corresponding to "ComputerA\commonuser" as opposed to his own Active Directory credential. Thus, for computers with accounts that are shared amongst different people, GateKeeper can log in everyone to the shared account.
How to Set up Kiosk Mode with GateKeeper Proximity.
For any additional questions or concerns regarding GateKeeper™ auditing solutions, continuous authentication, proximity settings, computer locking, or credential management, or compliance, 2FA/MFA, please contact GateKeeper Enterprise support using the Support Ticket form on https://gkaccess.com/support/ or email email@example.com.
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