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Fingerprint Console

1.2.4

Power-on security

This settings globally turns off (0) power-on security support in the fingerprint software. When the power-on security support is turned off no power-on security wizards or pages are shown and it does not matter what are the BIOS settings.

Syntax: TBX 0|1

1.2.5

Power-on security single sign-on

This setting enables (1) or disables (0) the usage of fingerprint used in BIOS in logon to automatically logon user when the user was verified in BIOS.

Syntax: SSO 0|1

1.3

TPM commands

In order to use TPM following conditions must be met:

  • TPM chip must be operational (check your BIOS to ensure that TPM HW is enabled and activated),

  • TPM software stack must be installed (check your TPM manufacturer’s TPM management software) and

  • must be configured to work with TPM (this can be done using fprconsole, see below for details).

Available commands are:

Command FPRCONSOLE TPM

FPRCONSOLE TPM MODE

FPRCONSOL

E TPM TEST [<password>]

FPRCONSOL mode> [<p

E TPM TEST <security- assword>]

FPRCONSOL mode> [<p

E TPM INIT <security- assword>]

FPRCONSOL security- [<new-pas

E TPM CHANGE <new- mode> [<old-password>] sword>]

FPRCONSOL [<passwor

E TPM CLEAR d>]

Syntax: FPRCONSOLE TPM <command> [<command-parameters>]

Description Print help screen.

Checks for the mode of TPM initialization.

Test if TPM and SW are correctly initialized to work together.

Test whether the TPM chip is currently in the given security mode.

Initialize TPM to the given security mode.

Change TPM owner password.

Clear TPM.

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