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Paper Tape
Posts: 2
Registered: ‎09-22-2009
Location: DC
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XP login settings using veriface

When I use veriface when starting up XP it simply verifys my face.

 

Before being verified I am able to simply click to start XP and it will begin.

 

What is the point of veriface in this situation?

 

How can I have veriface verify my and then proceed to the XP login?

 

 

 

bonus question - is it possible to use either OR? ie: either i can get verified and it logges me in, or a user can type in the xp user password and then be logged in??

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Token Ring
Posts: 136
Registered: ‎11-18-2009
Location: UK

Re: XP login settings using veriface

Have you set up a login password via veriface?

 

Veriface should log you in automatically with the option to use the password if recognition fails. I think you'll give up on it after a few days mind you (I did), it's a nice toy but take up to 5 seconds to recognise you in good light and you can type the password much quicker. It's also easy to fool it with a photograph of yourself.

Token Ring
Posts: 105
Registered: ‎03-28-2009
Location: Vancouver BC
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Re: XP login settings using veriface

yea its a cute toy for setting a trap and seeing who might try to login to your laptop since it captures an image of attempts, and as the other poster said, its a time waster compared to typing in a quick password.

Paper Tape
Posts: 2
Registered: ‎12-30-2009
Location: singapore
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Re: XP login settings using veriface

Hi,

 

my veriface suddenly stop working.... any 1 know how to activate back again?

 

Thanks