Logon delay

On a SafeGuard Enterprise protected endpoint, a logon delay applies if a user provides incorrect credentials during authentication at Windows or at the SafeGuard Power-on Authentication. With every failed logon attempt the delay is increased. After a failed logon a dialog displays the remaining delay time.

Note: If a user enters an incorrect PIN during token logon, there is no delay.

You can specify the number of logon attempts allowed in a policy of the type Authentication using the Maximum no. of failed logons option. When the maximum number of failed logon attempts has been reached, the endpoint is locked. For unlocking their computer, users have to initiate a Challenge/Response procedure.