Asus Finger Print software works on T4220

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  1. Boxcar

    Boxcar Pen Pal - Newbie

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    Try double clicking on the icon and go to "settings and options" then click the settings button. You should see "Select the way users logon to Windows" in the middle of the page it brings up. I have both "Use ASUS..." and "Enforce ASUS..." checked. That should get it to work for login.

    To change how many finger prints are required go to Multifactor Authentication, which is found directly above the settings button. At the top of the box it pops up click credentials then properties. Click through the tabs and change it to what works best for you.
     
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    I'm assuming you uninstalled the Omnipass stuff before you installed this, right? I'm on Vista, anyone use this on Vista?
     
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    Yes. Remove Omnipass then follow the directions in my first post.
     
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    leaftye Old timer Super Moderator

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    I just installed this on my T4210, except I used the R1E version. It knocked about 1-2 seconds off my time from when I hit the power button to when I first see the desktop, and it also eliminated a 5 second lockup that always happened shortly after I booted up....that must've been Omnipass doing something in the background.
     
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    Asus Finger Print Software = Protection Suite QL??

    I downloaded this from Asus (it was painfully slow - and even timed out several times) - but the bloody thing says I dont have a biometric device installed - although device manager says the fingerprint scanner is working ok.

    Any advice?

    PS - I'm running Vista Business 64-bit on a T2010.
     
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    There are 3 differenet download sites, Try the second or third listed they are faster.

    Install the driver from the Fujitsu site or Asian Pacific site. Then try.

    Lastly has anyone gotten this thing to work with a Java App. The program won't recognize the dialog box my java app puts up.
     
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    But the software in question? What is it called? Is it protection suite QL?

    Thanks.
     
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    Well - I tried the R1E version - and it works beautifully.

    Thank you.
     
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    Hello,

    Can anyone tell me whether this thing will work on Opera Browser or not?
    Omnipass doesn't work with Opera :(
     
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    It should since it is not plugin based. Just enable the Single-Sign-On (SSO) option in the Advanced Settings. I use Firefox and it works pretty well with it.
     
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