Everything is fine except there is still some reference to the store loaded user ID.
The store associate removed the store loaded password and upon getting home I changed the user ID to my name; thought all was good at this point.
System is an HP DV-6108 w/ a finger print scanner.
Upon setting up the scanner to be used for locking & un-locking windows I can see the store ID again.
When locked you see the 'finger print' logo that's identified with the store ID. I can click on the 'Switch credentials' and see two users to choose from - myself and the store ID.
Within the C drive: There is a User folder labeled with the store ID w/ a 'lock' symbol over the folder. If I try to delete this folder I get a message that unable to do so as this folder is 'In Use'.
My finger swipe unlocks without any problem but I would obviously like to get rid of the store ID.
Is this something I can do from here? If so, please explain to this simpleton...
Or, with the lock symbol over the user folder does this indicate that I need to return to the store for them to address with there access code?
Edited by CZSteve, 04 March 2012 - 10:46 AM.