What files and libraries are created and used by Authlogics Desktop Logon Agent

If your organisation uses a Threat Detection and Prevention solution that prevents non-approved applications from accessing local server resources, Authlogics Desktop Logon Agent (DLA) may not install or function fully. As such, the Threat Detection and Prevention will need to be configured to provide DLA with the appropriate access.

The following is a list of the Executable, DLL and .NET Framework Library files created and utilized by DLA and will need to be "white-listed" by the Threat Prevention and Detection solution.

Files located within C:\Program Files\Authlogics Windows Desktop Logon Agent:

  • Authlogics.WinDLA.Service.exe
  • Authlogics.ActiveDirectory.dll
  • Authlogics.Core.dll
  • Authlogics.dll
  • Authlogics.Providers.ActiveDirectory.dll
  • Authlogics.WinDLA.Directory.dll

Files within C:\Windows\System32

  • WinDLA.dll
  • Authlogics.WinDLA.COM.dll

.NET Framework 4.6.2 (or above) libraries

  • System
  • System.Core
  • System.Configuration
  • System.Configuration.Install
  • System.Data
  • System.Data.DataSetExtensions
  • System.Deployment
  • System.DirectoryServices
  • System.DirectoryServices.AccountManagement
  • System.DirectoryServices.Protocols
  • System.Drawing
  • System.EnterpriseServices
  • System.Management
  • System.RunTime.Serialization
  • System.Security
  • System.ServiceModel
  • System.ServiceProcess
  • System.Web
  • System.Web.Extensions
  • System.Web.Services
  • System.Windows.Forms
  • System.Xml
  • System.Xml.Linq

Finally, DLA also requires access to the workstation's Local Computer - Certificate store for the logged on user.



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