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Names and Function of Parts ..................................... 2
Overview ....................................................................... 4
Installation.................................................................... 6
More Advanced Security ........................................... 9
Useful Information ....................................................10
Troubleshooting ....................................................... 14
Specifications ............................................Back cover
Terms and illustrations in this Manual
NOTE:
CAUTION:
[start] - [Run]:
:
Some of the illustrations in this manual may differ slightly in shape from the
actual items in order to make the explanation easier to understand.
Model No.
Useful and helpful information.
Condition that may result in minor or moderate injury.
Click [start], and then click [Run].
You may need to double-click in some cases.
Page in these Supplementary Instructions or in the Reference
Manual for the computer.
Supplementary Instructions
for Fingerprint Reader
Personal Computer
CF-19 / CF-30
Series

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  • Page 1: Table Of Contents

    Contents Names and Function of Parts ... 2 Overview ... 4 Installation... 6 More Advanced Security ... 9 Useful Information ...10 Troubleshooting ... 14 Specifications ...Back cover Terms and illustrations in this Manual Useful and helpful information. NOTE: Condition that may result in minor or moderate injury. CAUTION: [start] - [Run]: Click [start], and then click [Run].
  • Page 2: Names And Function Of Parts

    Names and Functions of Parts Except the following, refer to the Operating Instructions for the computer. <CF-19 Series> Fingerprint Reader (Appearance may differ, depending on specifications.) <CF-30 Series> Fingerprint Reader (Appearance may differ, depending on specifications.)
  • Page 3: How To Use The Fingerprint Reader

    How to Use the Fingerprint Reader This section explains how your fingerprints are enrolled and authenticated. Slide your finger to the right or left. To prevent a reading error. A Set the first joint of your finger on the sensor as illustrated to the right. B Slide your finger to the right or left while keeping it in contact with the finger- print sensor.
  • Page 4: Overview

    Overview Fingerprint’s Outline The conventional security systems use ID/passwords and token devices such as IC cards to authenticate users. Therefore the passwords and token devices are ex- posed to the risk of being lost, stolen and hacking. The Fingerprint authentication method uses user’s fingerprints instead of passwords for security authentication.
  • Page 5 A Log on to Windows as an Administrator. B Click [start] - [All Programs] - [Panasonic] - [SD Card Setup]. C Add a check mark for [Use the SD card when starting the computer].
  • Page 6: Installation

    Installation Step1 TPM Installation Refer to on-screen manuals “Installation Manual Trusted Platform Module (TPM)”. (Click [start] - [Run], enter [C:\util\drivers\tpm\README.pdf], and click [OK].) If the TPM is not being used, skip this step. Step2 Fingerprint Utility Installation Performed by the Computer Administrator. Preparation [Only CF-19 series with Windows XP Tablet PC Edition] Move Tablet PC Input Panel from upper right to the bottom right or bottom left .
  • Page 7 Click on the “Invalid TPM status” message to start “Advanced Security Initialization Wizard”. Follow the on-screen instructions. NOTE If the “Invalid TPM status” message is not displayed, click [start] - [All Programs] - [Protector Suite QL] - [Control Center] - [Settings] - [System Settings] - [TPM] - [Initialized TPM].
  • Page 8 Installation We recommend you use the Power-on Security feature. This feature pre- vents unauthorized access to the user’s computer at the BIOS level. After first finger enrollment, “Power-on Security” message appears. Select [Yes]. A When the “Power-on Security” screen appears, click [Manage Passwords...]. B Select [Power-On] in [Password Types], and click [Set password...].
  • Page 9: More Advanced Security

    A Turn on or restart the computer. B Press several times while [Panasonic] boot screen is displayed soon after the computer starts the startup procedure. C Select the [Security] menu. D Select [Set Supervisor Password], and press E Enter your password in the [Enter New Password], and press ·...
  • Page 10: Useful Information

    Useful Information Backup The file described below is necessary for recovering the Fingerprint authentication data. Back up this file periodically in a safe location such as removable disk to avoid data loss resulting from some accidents. We recommend you to store the file in a removable disk or network drive because the benefit of Fingerprint authentication security can be reduced if you keep the file in the internal hard disk drive.
  • Page 11 Limitations in Use My Safe* : Antivirus software should be configured to ignore the “My Safe” data file (C:\Documents and Settings\(user account)\Application Data\Protector Suite\My Safe.fdp). Otherwise the user may experience problems when unlocking “My Safe”. “My Safe” data file cannot be backed up by using File back up function in Recover Pro.
  • Page 12 Useful Information Deleting (Initializing) Owner’s Data When you dispose of the computer or transfer the ownership, delete (initialize) the owner’s data to avoid unauthorized access. NOTE The data enrolled in the fingerprint sensor is not image data. You cannot restore fingerprint image data from the data enrolled in the fingerprint sensor.
  • Page 13 Delete Fingerprint Data Performed by each user. A Click [Fingerprints], and click [Delete]. The “Swipe finger” screen will appear. B Swipe user’s finger. · If the authentication is successfully completed, the confirmation mes- sage appears. C Click [Yes]. · Confirm that all users’ data was deleted. NOTE If the enrollment mode is set to “Enrollment to the hard disk”...
  • Page 14: Troubleshooting

    Troubleshooting When a problem occurs, refer to this page. If you still cannot troubleshoot the prob- lem, contact PANASONIC TECHNICAL SUPPORT. For Devices The sensor does not enroll or authenticate my fingerprint. (Enrollment and authentication is unavailable to an extremely minority of people in- cluding those whose fingerprints give little data for personal identification.)
  • Page 15 For Application Sensor does not work. User cannot use en- rolled finger. (e.g. in- jury) Exported passport can help you if you need to replace the sensor. · Log on to Windows as an Administrator. You can always access the computer by using your Windows log on password.
  • Page 16 Troubleshooting User cannot use en- rolled finger. (e.g. in- jury) (continued) TPM failure. · If you do not use “Advanced Security”, you can still enter using the Windows password. · If you use “Advanced Security” with backup pass- word, you can enter using the backup password. ·...
  • Page 17 Replacing sensor. Lost Advanced Secu- rity backup password. Protector Suite QL re- installation. Lost “My Safe” backup password. If you need to replace a non-functioning fingerprint reader, follow this procedure: Enrollment to the hard disk: If enrollment to hard disk is used, “Protector Suite QL”...
  • Page 18 Troubleshooting Accessing “My Safe” after Protector Suite QL uninstallation. Accessing “My Safe” after computer crash. “My Safe” data file cannot be backed up using Recover Pro. Removing data from the reader. [Only CF-19 series with Windows XP Tablet PC Edition] Tablet PC Input Panel i s h i d d e n u n d e r “Please wipe your fin-...
  • Page 19 D Make sure your fingerprint sensor is working. · Use the Tutorial wizard to verify that the fingerprint sensor works. If not, reboot and try again. If it still does not work, please contact PANASONIC TECHNICAL SUPPORT. E Restore or create passport.
  • Page 20: Specifications

    Specifications Array Size Image Size Image Resolution Matsushita Electric Industrial Co., Ltd. Web Site : http://panasonic.net © 2006 Matsushita Electric Industrial Co., Ltd. All Rights Reserved. Printed in Japan 248 x 4 pixels 248 x 360 pixels 508 DPI HS1206-0...

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