Using Windows Hello to enable fingerprint authentication
Because typing is so 2017!
Ok, so I ordered a Kensington VeriMark fingerprint reader to see how for a few British pounds (or whatever currency you use!) you can add fingerprint authentication to a Windows desktop in minutes!
So this is being conducted with 0 reading of docs (because it’s fun to research just how simple you can a) enable security or b) mess things up when you don’t RTFM!. The next step on my uncharted journey, I plugged in the device to a spare USB port and didn’t see a failed driver installation toast, so we are looking good (note the sensor is the largest rectangle surface on the device, not the one with a cool blue LED)
Now I hit the windows key and typed finger and Win10 prompted me for the settings pane (that was lucky!) Read more “Using Windows Hello to enable fingerprint authentication”