sabato 21 luglio 2012 16:18
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sabato 21 luglio 2012 18:14
To add to what I said earlier in my question, I have found that if you associate a PIN or Picture Password with your LiveID account, the system will start sending the notification (login notification - NPLogonNotify) to network providers.
There must be some reason (may be some security) why MS choose to do it this way. If anyone has any ideas, please let me know.
mercoledì 5 settembre 2012 13:04Any update on this....As we are also facing the same issue?
venerdì 7 settembre 2012 16:33
Steven Sinofsky in one of his blogs clearly mentioned that MS chose not to share live ID credentials with Windows OS deliberately. And that's why it doesn't work the way we expect.
If you don't require password for whatever you want to do, then you could use SENS logon notification to capture when the user has logged in.
If you require password for any reason to be used as a seed, instead you can use DPAPI coupled with SENS logon notifiction to achieve your goal.