The following table summarizes known issues when using Nymi Lock Control and Nymi Credential Provider on Windows 7 user terminals.
|Only one NFC reader can be plugged in at a time. More than one will cause failures.
|User cannot tap to unlock the user terminal on the Login screen.
|If the Windows screen displays Press CTRL-ALT-DEL, then the user must perform the key sequence before attempting to tap to log in with Nymi Lock Control.
|The Nymi user tile shown may show a different user than the last logged in user.
|None. Regardless of which user tile appears on screen, when a user taps to log in, they will be logged into the correct account.
|In some rare instances, the Windows login screen may become unresponsive.
|If the login screen does not recover automatically within a couple of minutes, the user might have to restart the user terminal.
|User cannot unlock the user terminal with their Nymi Band immediately after hibernate mode on Microsoft Surface tablets.
|After exiting hibernation mode, log in with a username and password. Subsequent attempts to lock and unlock with the Nymi Band will succeed.