1. Madeleine Heide's Avatar
    I have 2 profiles - work and personal - and want to log in using Windows Hello Facial recognition using my face on both profiles. Is this possible?
    01-01-2019 10:23 AM
  2. Rugish Dapeca's Avatar
    I think it's possible, though the logistics of it will take a little more effort on your part to make it work correctly each time. This is just a working theory, so no promises.

    I think what you'd have to do is cover the camera until you select which account you want to use, then let the facial recognition sign in for you. Otherwise what will likely happen is you'd just be logged in to the last account you used. So really you'd only need to do this to switch between accounts.
    01-02-2019 02:36 PM
  3. TechFreak1's Avatar
    I have 2 profiles - work and personal - and want to log in using Windows Hello Facial recognition using my face on both profiles. Is this possible?
    Interesting concept, I don't have a windows hello camera so I'm unable to test.

    Try this - redo the windows hello facial recognition on one account whilst holding a finger up. The purpose of this to obscure an area of your face.

    However that still leaves the other account auto-logging you in hen it sees your face. So for that account - this time hold two fingers up for example (avoid using the finger used previously for ease of logging in).

    Now you should be able to login your face on both accounts.
    01-02-2019 04:27 PM

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