Employees can sign in to workstation with a badge tap.
Employees can sign out of the workstation with a badge tap. Tap out can be disabled if necessary.
Tap out with lock
When employees tap out, they are not signed out of the operating system. Instead the computer is locked, and when the user taps in ther next time, the session is restored.
User A is signed in to a workstation and
User B scans the badge,
User A will be signed out, and
User B will be signed in.
Fast lock / unlock
Lock the screen manually (do not sign out), and tap the badge to unlock computer.
Tap over from lock screen
User A locks the screen manually, and
User B scans the card, then
User A is signed out, and
User B is signed in.
Windows user switching
User A is logged in and locks the screen. User B chooses the option to switch user from the logon screen.
User B taps the badge and gets signed in. If later on
User A taps her card, she will be signed in, and the state of the desktop will be restored.
When there is no network connection, and the user scans a badge, application will inform the user that login is not possible until network connection is restored. Users will always have an option to sign-in with username and password, so that login is not disrupted.
Shared domain account login
You can assign a service account to certain workstations, so that when users tap their badges they are logged in with a shared account instead of a personal account.
Automatic USB configuration
When idemeum desktop client is installed, it will automatically adjust the USB power settings so that the readers do not get unresponsive with Windows disabling them (selective suspend, power management, etc.).
Push idemeum desktop client automatically to a fleet of Windows workstations. idemeum supports various methods such as PDQ Deploy, etc.
Ability to customize the appearance of the desktop login screen with your background, logo, icon, and text.