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Windows 10 PIN for Credentials

LouisJJames 3 months ago updated by Caitlin M Barnes (Product Manager) 2 months ago 1

Windows 10 now allows the use of "PINS" instead of Passwords.  Which is entirely a pain but it is what it is.  ScreenConnect (Control) will let you store a password but not a PIN.  How can we have "unattended" access if we can't store the PIN.  I realize that a simple workaround is to add a user with a password but you would think that we could get better.  

I would request EITHER a way to setup the PIN in the credentials OR a way to easily add a "username/password" for screenconnect.  I know I can go into the users and groups and add it but that presents other issues.  

Here's hoping!

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