We are rolling out the GlobalProtect client to our campus community and we came across this behavior. When we install the GlobalProtect client, it disables the auto-login feature for some of our Windows machines. This is a non-issue for me, but some of our users are complaining that they have to enter passwords. My question is simply, is this intentional behavior or is this a "bug". We don't have SSO enabled in the Firewall. Thanks for any help!
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