These changes were made in the current version: _______________________________________________ Build 184.108.40.20695 ADD: Manual added. FIX: Fingerprint device enters to Selective Suspend now. FIX: Password Bank wizard problem when Internet Explorer module was disabled. ADD: When CC is invoked through BM, only sensor on which was swiped is working in enrollment. ADD: Biometric advanced security added. FIX: Suspend problems fixed (if user verification was running). CHG: Install PS2009 for W7 only on Windows 7 from build 7068 to 7100. FIX: It was impossible to change log on settings in the limited user account. ADD: Tutorial added. FIX: It's possible to launch Upek Product tour now. ADD: Fingerprint Storage Inspector. FIX: Reveal windows password feature visibility depends on the credential provider selection now. FIX: It's possible to register UAC-like dialogs with password bank. ADD: Power-on security support (all TBX versions are supported). FIX: Driver improvements. FIX: Unmatched finger swipes do not disable biometric verification for a duration of lockout (6859). CHG: One click on the tray icon is now starting default action. FIX: It was impossible to invoke help when Control Center is launched from Control Panel. ADD: Added advanced fingerprint logon features. ADD: Single Sign-On support. ADD: Sensor only support. _______________________________________________ Build 220.127.116.1179 FIX: Solution for error: WinBioEnrollCapture 8009800F (Fixed support for TCD41 chipset) FIX: Sensor temperature increase fixed FIX: Removed “Too skewed” feedback during random sensor touch _______________________________________________ Build 18.104.22.16832 FIX: Changed settings which were causing that some computers were not going to sleep with the fingerprint device CHG: Added support for post W7 beta builds FIX: Fixed user enrollment for users with no passwordDownload Driver Pack
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