If you ever delete an account from Windows 10 BUT FORGET to FIRST delete all the fingerprint data belonging to that account, the fingerprint data stays forever in that specific device. The only way you can create another account and use your fingerprints to login again is to get new fingerprints. 8*)
But there is a fix! Following the threads all afternoon I eventually came across this thread on Microsoft’s support blog. https://social.technet.microsoft.com/Forums/en-US/93a122ff-3455-4b29-b3e8-2b72d49d19e3/windows-81-delete-all-fingerprint-data?forum=w81previtpro
DELETE C:\Windows\System32\WinBioDatabase\[GUID].DAT file and then restart the computer.
I had to boot into a Linux partition to get enough “administrator rights” to delete the files, but once deleted I could once more use the fingerprint functionality.
In my lab I have several computers which are used by many different community members, from job trainees in formal training at my agency to students and business persons just stopping by for a cup ‘o joe and to check their email. It is impractical to give every person their own account on every computer. However I wanted each student to be able to have their own file space and community members to work on their resumes and such without a need for special treatment.
Now, thanks to changes Microsoft provided in Windows 10, people can Readmore..
We will be making our web site installation package available to Apostolic Churches under a special reduced cost opportunity soon. Watch IBCPerspectives.com and Perspectives Magazine for details.
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I hate that term: it is inconsistent with contemporary practices and serves only to obfuscate the meaning. The chemical annotation for water can be written HOH, H(OH)–, or H2O. Readmore..