the GUID value that you enter must be enclosed with curly brackets:
following is an example of what a third-party credential provider GUID
field might look like:
displayed as the string value’s
the GUID is displayed as the
With this setup, the native Windows logon tile
is displayed to users on the logon screen. When users click the
tile and log in to the system with their Windows credentials, that
single login authenticates the users to Windows, GlobalProtect,
and the third-party credential provider.
) If you want to display multiple tiles
on the logon screen (for example, the native Windows tile and the
tile for the third-party credential provider), continue to step
) If you want to assign a default credential
provider for users, continue to step 5.
) If you want to hide a third-party credential provider
tile from the logon screen, continue to step 6.
Allow the third-party credential provider tile to be displayed to
users at login.
Add a second
for the string’s
add this string value to the GlobalProtect settings, two login options
are presented to users on the Windows logon screen: the native Windows
tile and the third-party credential provider’s tile.
Assign a default credential provider for user login.
Open the Windows Registry to locate the
globally unique identifier (GUID) for the third-party credential
provider that you want to assign as the default credential provider.
From the command prompt, enter the
to open the Windows Registry Editor.
Go to the following Windows Registry location to view the
list of currently installed credential providers: