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why do I have to login twice

I am testing with ZCM 10.2. I configured AD as a user source. Now when I login to the workstation, I get the GINA to login to ZCM, which is slow, then I get the Windows GINA to login to the DOMAIN. Both times using the same userid/password. I can't have my users logging in twice. So How do I get around this and get a single login.
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Re: why do I have to login twice

Is your GINA set to NWGINA.DLL?
Does the Dbl Prompt happen every time? Or just the 1st time?

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> I am testing with ZCM 10.2. I configured AD as a user source. Now when
> I login to the workstation, I get the GINA to login to ZCM, which is
> slow, then I get the Windows GINA to login to the DOMAIN. Both times
> using the same userid/password. I can't have my users logging in twice.
> So How do I get around this and get a single login.
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