RE: Vista and OmniPass Software
I loose fingerprint swipe after a windows update. Recently un and
reinstalled omnipass and everything fine. Now problem has started again. It
is about the third time un/ reinstalled. Any suggestions. Cannot find
Modify system settings.
> While I haven't suffered the same problem (in terms of the cycling) I did
> have the OmniPass logon appear both during the user account logon and while
> inside the actual account. I fixed this by right-clicking on the key icon in
> my subtray and openning in. Then "Change Your System Settings", --> "Modify
> Omnipass startup options" and selecting something other than the "Manual"
> option. If you are a frequent user of Omnipass then I would recommend
> choosing the "Automatic" option, which uses your one swipe at the logon
> screen for both the user account, and for the password storage (the latter
> being the culprit for why it may be asking you for it again). Not sure if
> that will help, as it may be a different problem, but give it a try. It may
> be that the reason for windows booting you out to the user selection screen
> is actually because Omnipass is directing it to do so on the basis you're not
> authorized to be in that account and being able to access all the passwords
> saved on it.
> "CygnetBoy" wrote:
> > Have a small problem, hoping someone can help me solve it.. Did a Windows
> > Update in August and downloaded Update for Windows Vista - KB938979.
> > Currently using windows Vista Home Premium and OmniPass on a Fujitsu A6020.
> > Had a problem with Vista displaying a duplicate user after the update. Was
> > advised by Fujitsu to remove and reinstall the software. Did it, problem
> > fixed. No more duplicate users. Now, New Problem. Before the Windows
> > Update/Omnipass/Remove and Reinstall issues, The "Please swipe your finger"
> > box would appear each and every time I would start up the PC, or Lock the
> > PC, or put it in standby mode. Now, the screen just displays my user
> > account and does not display the omnipass box. The error is: "Windows
> > Logon User Interface Host has stopped working". The welcome screen will
> > look normal, then the mouse pointer will change to busy (before the problem
> > started, this is when the Omnipass box would appear), but now the entire
> > screen goes blank and then returns to the welcome screen. This procedure
> > would continue forever if I didn't click on the user account and quickly
> > enter my password, because if I take too long, the cycle repeats. Any ideas
> > or suggestions would be most helpful.
> > Thanks,
> > Cyg.