Logging in Using a One-Time Password

The process of logging in to the Client computer with the one-time password option enabled is as follows:

1. The user logs in to Windows in the usual way (either locally or remotely).

2. On user login to Windows, the Client displays a window requesting the user to enter a one-time password.

3. The user’s email address is displayed, and the user enters the one-time password received by email into the Password field.

4. These credentials are then sent to the Application Server and the Application Server returns the response on whether access to this computer is permitted. If the email address and the one-time password are correct and the one-time password was generated for this Client computer and for this user, then the user is allowed to access the Client computer. Otherwise, the user will receive a message saying that they are denied access.

5. As soon as the user has logged in to the system, the Client will start recording their activity and the user’s email address will be displayed in the Management Tool in the list of Client Sessions in the User name column in brackets: <logged in user> (<user’s email address>).

NOTE: After the one-time password has been used once, it cannot be used to log in to the Client computer again.