When using a FlashPass token to authenticate a user at the Windows Logon, the process is slight different depend on whether or not the FlashPass token is configured with Auto Logon.

Auto Logon Enabled

  1. Start up your PC
  2. At the Ctrl+Alt+Delete Screen, insert your USB flash drive
  3. Enter your PIN as prompted. The rest of logon process is automated.



Auto Logon Not Enabled 

When a FlashPass token is not enabled with Auto Logon

  1. Start up your PC
  2. At the Ctrl+Alt+Delete Screen, press Ctrl+Alt+Delete key
  3. At the Windows Logon Screen, select Flash Drive Fingerprint authenticator, insert your FlashPass enabled USB flash drive.



  4. Enter your username and password, click OK.

Advance Features

DualShield FlashPass provides the flexibility that enables a user to use one USB flash key to logon on multiple user account. It also allows one user account to have multiple FlashPass tokens.

One Key, Multiple Accounts

If a user needs to access several user accounts, it is convenient for the user to use just one USB flash drive as his/her FlashPass token to logon to these different user account.

Registration & Activation

To register an existing FlashPass enabled USB flash key to a new account

  1. Start up your PC
  2. At the Ctrl+Alt+Delete Screen, press Ctrl+Alt+Delete key
  3. Insert your FlashPass enabled USB key
  4. Click "Cancel" if the PIN screen appears
  5. On the Windows Logon Screen


    • Select Flash Drive FingerPrint Authenticator
    • Enter the User Name and Password of the account you wish to logon
    • Press "Enter"
  6. You will be asked to register this USB key to a new user account. Follow the on-screen instructions to set up logon and activate key.

One Account, Multiple Keys

Another useful feature that DualShield Authentication Server Platform provides for all types of authentication methods including FlashPass is that it allows one user account to have multiple authentication methods and tokens.

Scenario 1 

A user is provided with two FlashPass tokens, one as the primary token that he/she uses regularly, the other as the backup token only used in the event when the primary token is misplaced or damaged.

Scenario 2

In an organization where multiple users need to access one shared user account, each user is provided with their own FlashPass token and allowed to logon to the shared user account.