Hello. We are using Spark version 22.214.171.12443. Our OpenFire server authenticates users with LDAP. In the spark.properties file, we have autoLoginEnabled = True and startHidden = True. When a user changes their AD password, Spark will not auto-login, which is expected since the user needs to update their saved password. The problem is that the Spark login window has the username and password fields greyed out and locked. In order to work around this issue, I have to edit the spark.properties file, and turn those two properties to false, though I suspect simply setting autoLoginEnabled=false would probably be the only necessary change. The autologin capability is very handy for us, and I would like to continue to use it, but having to use this workaround is a headache I am hoping could be addressed.
Can anyone using SSO comment on how well that works? Perhaps that is a better way to achieve what I am looking for, which is basically for Spark to launch at network logon without the need for the user to enter anything in or press login.