Temporarily disable SecureLogin GPO support for troubleshooting

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  • 19-Aug-2009
  • 04-Dec-2014


Novell SecureLogin


It can be helpful to disable GPO support for troubleshooting.  This is accomplished via a registry key change.


To temporarily disable SecureLogin’s GPO support for a user logging on to a particular workstation (e.g. when troubleshooting) you can set the following registry setting:


A value of 1 is used to disable SecureLogin’s GPO support and a value of 0 is used to enable it.

Additional Information

SecureLogin can centrally publish SSO enabled applications a number of ways including GPO, OU, and User class objects.

To permanently disable SecureLogin’s GPO support on the workstation, GPO support should be removed from the workstation (it is installed as part of the SecureLogin package).