LastPass can invisibly integrate with the standard Windows Login process to automatically create new users and sign existing users in. Users within the LastPass Enterprise system will be provisioned using their Windows username followed by the @companydomain.com address that your Enterprise use. New users to LastPass will be created upon their first login to the Windows domain after the Login integration with LastPass is added. From that point on, users will login to the Windows domain as they normally would, and will automatically be logged into LastPass as well.
Frequently Asked Questions
Q: What happens if a user's windows user name and company domain address that is used to login outside of the work environment does not correlate to an existing e-mail address?
A: If the windows email@example.com address does not correlate to an existing email address, upon first logging into the account the user will be prompted to set a security email address which will be used for all communications regarding LastPass. This e-mail address can be changed within the Account Settings at a later date by the individual user.
Q: Can a user set up a form of multi-factor authentication with LastPass while using Windows Login Integration?
A: Because we intend Windows Login integration to be a seamless login experience, we do not allow multi-factor authentication to be used when logging into the work environment where Windows Login Integration is utilized. However, when logging into the LastPass account outside of the work environment, multi-factor authentication can be used on the account, as it would on any other LastPass account.
Q: What happens if the user already has a LastPass Account under their work e-mail?
A: If the username and password for the LastPass account are the same as the windows login and password, LastPass will attempt to login using these credentials.
Q: What happens if the password the user has to login to Windows is NOT the same as the password for the pre-existing LastPass account?
A: The user will see a bubble from LastPass icon in the tray that says "Login failed, does your Windows password match your LastPass password?"
Q: What should the user do if his or her existing password does not match the Windows password?
A: The user will need to login to LastPass using their existing LastPass password, go to Account Settings, and change the master password to match the Windows login password.
Q: Could a user continue to use two different passwords for Windows login and LastPass login?
A: Yes, a user could continue using two different passwords, one to login to Windows, and another to login to LastPass. The AutoLogin to LastPass when logging into Windows would continually fail, though, and this would largely defeat the purpose of Windows login integration.
Q: If you delete Windows domain login can manually login to your LastPass account?
A: Yes, you can also manually login to your LastPass account using your LastPass username and password.
Q: Can you login anywhere using your LastPass credentials?
A: Yes, you can always use your LastPass Credentials to login to your account and gain access to your data.