Default to Primary behavior support for compatible devices
Windows Login Passwordless client now supports the Default to Primary option. The user is now only prompted to select a device if their primary device is not compatible with the Windows Login Passwordless client.
Automatic native language
Windows Login Passwordless client automatically detects and
switches to the language that is configured on the user's Windows
To enhance the performance of FIDO security keys within the
Windows Login Passwordless client, we've upgraded the Client to Authenticator
Protocol (CTAP) library. The CTPA library now complies with the latest FIDO2
Support for multiple
When multiple security keys are connected to the same Windows
machine, the user can now select the security key they want to use to
authenticate, without needing to remove other security keys that are connected
to the same Windows machine.
ARM-based Windows PC
We've added the option to install the Windows Login Passwordless
client on Windows PCs that are powered by ARM processors.
Security and performance
This version of PingID integration for Windows login passwordless authentication
includes improvements and fixes for security and performance-related