GateKeeper automatically locks your computer when the token is moved out of range of the computer. The Proximity Lock Method setting allows you to choose your preferred method of locking your computer when you walk away.
There are four options for locking a computer via proximity.
1. Disabled: This will disable the automatic locking of the computer when the token is moved out of range. NOT RECOMMENDED.
2. Lock Workstation: This option will auto-lock the computer but keep all of the user's programs running. It is similar to pressing Windows key + L key. This option is best when there is only a single user on the computer.
3. Disconnect Session: This option will lock the computer and disconnect the current user's session on Windows machines. This will allow another user to quickly access their own account. This method is similar to the "Switch User" option in Windows and macOS. Most suited when there are multiple users accessing the same computer.
4. Logout: This option will log out the currently connected user when their token goes out of range. This will close all running programs and ready the computer for the next user to log in.
For any additional questions or concerns regarding continuous authentication, proximity settings, computer locking, credential management, or compliance, please contact GateKeeper Enterprise support using the Support Ticket form on https://gkaccess.com/support/ or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
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