Windows Login protection does not work

You installed the Windows Login plugin on a computer and enabled 2FA for your user account. However, 2FA does not prompt the appropriate user account.

If another credential provider disabled the Windows Login plugin of ESET Secure Authentication, try one of the following options

Reconfigure the other credential provider not to block ESA Windows Plugin.

Uninstall the other credential provider.

Disable the other credential provider manually by changing the following registry entry:

1.Locate the following entry:
HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\Authentication\Credential Provider Filters/id

2.Add a new DWORD value to it with the following attributes:
Name: Disabled
Value: 1

 

If there are multiple login types available, allowing a user to bypass 2FA, try one of the following options

Disable the other login types in Windows.

Reconfigure the other credential provider not to display its login types.

Remove the other credential provider.

Disable the other credential provider manually by changing the following registry entry:

1.Locate the following entry:
HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\Authentication\Credential Provider Filters/id

2.Add a new DWORD value to it with the following attributes:
Name: Disabled
Value: 1