This section describes how to set up a PC lockout based on the number of failed authentication attempts during PC logon.
Select Authentication Service > Group Policy from the menu.
About counting authentication failures
The following cases will be counted as authentication failure.
User name input error
Failed to confirm user PIN input
Windows password input error
The authenticator used is not the one used at the time of registration
About PIN input failure
If you fail to enter the PIN three times in a row, the authenticator will temporarily lock the PIN.
The temporary PIN lock can be released by removing the authenticator once.
If you fail to enter the PIN a total of eight times in a row, the authenticator itself will be locked.
If this happens, you will need to reset the authenticator itself. (At that time, the authentication information will also be reset, so you will need to re-register.
For information on how to reset the authenticator, please refer to the manual for your authenticator or operating system.
Failure of biometric authentication such as fingerprint
If the biometric authentication fails three times, the system will switch to PIN authentication.
Also, some biometric authenticators from some vendors are designed to lock after a certain number of failures.
For the specifications of each authenticator, please refer to the manual of the authenticator you are using.