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emergency GINA access

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Hi to all,
I'm using RSA Passage products to protect my workstation. It usessmart card to pick up user's credentials and installs its ownGINA.
My problem is the following : I need not to allow the logonoption typing CTRL-ALT-CANC (so I'm forced to use smart card tologon to my workstation) , and to make it I configuredopportunely the RSA product to deny access to my workstation ifI don't have my smart card.
But if I forget it I want to enable an emergency mechanism torenable the logon option using the traditional microsoftCTRL-ALT-CANC keyboard sequence.
I have to modify a registry key to make this , but before I wantto enter an emergency code that has to be challenged from aserver application and then confirmed by the client.
I thought I can use a ginastub , but can anyone have otherideas?

From: cristiano valli

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Jul 21 '05 #1
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