To begin using Auto-Prompt, make certain that the feature is activated within Settings:
Click the TAM E-SSO Tray Icon on the Windows system tray to display the shortcut menu.
Point to Configuration, then click Settings.
Click the Password tab and make sure that the
Auto-Prompt check box is
selected. If not, select it, then click [OK].
The Auto-Prompt feature is enabled by default upon installing TAM E-SSO . Your SSO administrator may enable or disable Auto-Prompt for all users.
Let's say you've enabled the Auto-Prompt feature and you open the logon screen for an Application or Web site for which you have not set up a logon.
TAM E-SSO prompts you to set up a logon for this application or Web site with this message:
like TAM E-SSO to remember your logon information for this
You can re-enable this application by selecting "Logon using TAM E-SSO" from the TAM E-SSO tray icon.
You have these options:
Click [Yes] to set up a logon.
Click [Not now] if you don't want to set up a logon for this application right now.
Click [Disable] if you don't want to set up a logon for this application and don't want to be asked again. If you decide in the future that you do want TAM E-SSO to automatically prompt you for your credentials the next time you launch the application, use the Excluded Web Sites or Excluded Applications tab on the Settings dialog.
To set up a logon for this application, open the application's logon screen, click the TAM E-SSO Tray Icon and select Logon using TAM E-SSO from the shortcut menu.
You can also tell TAM E-SSO to set a up a logon by holding down the Windows key and typing L (on non-Windows XP systems only).
If the target application requires more than two fields for authentication, this procedure requires SSO administrator resources. Contact your SSO administrator for assistance.
If you click [Yes], the New Logon dialog appears, prompting you to set up a new logon for this application or Web site.
Enter your username/ID, enter your password, and confirm your password. Click [Finish].
TAM E-SSO logs you on to the application or Web site and stores this new logon for future use.