Turns out to be simple. Press esc or swipe up. This is a feature of the Gnome lock screen. Sorry for the dumb question.
Now I have a new issue. To unlock the screen the user needs a password. We're trying to avoid giving passwords; we use external authentication so users log in via our login system. Any workarounds? I'll post this as a new issue.
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