article Microsoft is looking to get more people using its new Windows 10 devices with access controls that can lock and unlock the door when users log on.
The company is currently testing a feature called Fingerprint Lock that allows users to remotely lock and access the devices through the Windows 10 Smart Lock feature.
The feature is available to new and existing Windows 10 PCs with Windows 10 Enterprise.
Windows 10 Enterprise users can download the Fingerprint lock app and set up the hardware with a PIN and passcode.
Once set up, users can enter their PIN and the device will automatically unlock once it is locked and unlocked.
Fingerprint locks will be limited to a maximum of two users at a time.
The device will not be able to unlock when a second user is logged on to the device.
The feature was first introduced in Windows 10 Home for Windows 10 and is available for Windows Insiders.
Microsoft said that the feature is only available to users who have an active Microsoft account and has the PIN and password set up.
However, there is no way to force the device to unlock the device or prevent a second device from being connected to the same account.
Microsoft is also testing a fingerprint recognition feature that can be used to identify users and their devices.
Microsoft has previously said that it plans to roll out its new fingerprint recognition technology for Windows devices starting in early 2018.
Windows Defender, a company that has been in the news recently for its efforts to secure consumers, will be the first to get the new technology in 2018.