This screen is used to display and configure group policy information.
Lists the registered group policies.
2. Policy name
Displays the name of the policy.
Displays the date when the policy information was updated.
4. Edit icon
Button icon for editing the name of a group policy.
5. Delete icon
Button icon for deleting a group policy.
Click the “Two-Factor Authentication Settings” tab to switch the display. This setting affects the PC with the client software installed.
6. Cache logon expiration
Sets whether or not to allow logon when the PC is offline.
7. Limited sign-in options
This setting limits the sign-in option to FIDO Logon only when logging on to a PC, and prevents logging on using other methods.
8. Allow password logon
This setting allows Windows accounts that are not registered with an authenticator to log on using only a password, even when “Limited sign-in options” is enabled.
9. Authentication failure lockout
This setting is to lock the PC according to the number of failed authentication attempts when logging on to the PC.
10. Auto unlock
This setting is to automatically unlock the device when authentication failure lockout is performed.
11. Credential management mode in the Setting tool
Configure the authenticator registration and deletion operations that can be performed using the YubiOn FIDO Logon Configuration Tool.
12. Screen lock when authenticator is removed
Sets the behavior when the authenticator used for PC logon is removed.
13. Uninstall control
Change the display of YubiOn FIDO Logon in the list of “Apps and Features” in Windows Settings and configure the settings to control that end users cannot easily uninstall the client software.
14. Reset button
This button resets the changes to the state before the changes were made.
15. Update button
Click this button to confirm the changes.
Click the “PC Settings” tab to switch the display. Lists the PCs to which the currently selected group policy is applied.