The Aloaha Smartlogin GINA supports a broad range of logon token. For example Memory Sticks, Memory Cards (i2c), PKI Smartcards and also PKCS11 Token.
Depending on the token detected the Aloaha GINA will look different.
On http://blog.aloaha.com/2012/08/14/aloaha-smart-login-gina/ we explained already PKI/Kerberos Cards.
Here we will explain the GINA for all NON PKI or Kerberos Smartcards.
Per default the screen will look like:
In case the Domain/Username field is empty Aloaha will guess the Domain/Username automatically. With many tokens that is possible since the token itself contains the Username.
For that reason we made it easy to disable the Username Field completly. Just open the <installdir>\Userpass.ini and edit the required entries as shown below:
After a reboot the result looks like: