Activating Fingerprint Force using "PINCODE" ? Seriously ?


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Hello,

I'm surprised by the new "Windows Hello" concept,
I'm forced to set a PINCODE to activate the fingerprint logon now (not the case in Windows 7 or 8.1).

Even computer manufacturer ask users to remove their fingerprint software and to configure Windows Hello.

So, I have to let my users to be able to set "1234" to authenticate to their computer while asking them to Fingerprint or use a 10 characters password ?

I see that very stupid,
and I don't find any options in Windows 10 Pro to change that...

Best practice is also to renew password every 90 days for example, so now they have to renew password and Pincode, otherwise simply disable the fingerprint capability to be more secure !

;-(
 
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I am very pleased that my PCs do not have fingerprint readers and that only one of them has a camera which is as switched off as it can be.
 

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