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To resolve this issue and perform e Directory login along with Windows logon, disable the existing Windows Update group policy for ‘Automatic Restart Sign On’.
The feature can be disabled by creating a registry key of type DWORD under [HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\Software\Microsoft\Windows\Current Version\Policies\System] and set the value to 0x1.
This is because of a new feature introduced in Windows 10 RS3 to automatically reboot the device using the logon information of the user who had logged in last on the device.
This feature creates a Windows-only logon session automatically on behalf of previously logged-on user and you are reconnected to this Windows-only logon session even after you provide your credentials to login to e Directory and Windows again through the interactive credential provider.
To avoid this issue, install the Client for Open Enterprise Server 2 SP4 (IR4) on any Windows 10 machine where Secure Boot is enabled, rather than installing any previous version of the Client.
Client for Open Enterprise Server 2 SP4 (IR6) provides optional installation-time integration with the Advanced Authentication Client for Windows, and also optional functionality to require that the Advanced Authentication Client must be used when initiating an e Directory login.
This enables you to perform multi-factor authentication to Windows using Advanced Authentication Client followed by seamless e Directory login through the Client.
Installing or Upgrading to Client for Open Enterprise Server 2 SP4 (IR7) or later by default disables this feature by setting the group policy for Automatic Restart Sign On.
The Windows 10 Creators Update ("1703" or March 2017 release of Windows 10) has introduced a Windows upgrade issue that causes loss of all Client for Open Enterprise Server configuration settings during the Windows upgrade process.