Lexar JumpDrive Fingerprint F35 Flash Drive Manual

Lexar JumpDrive Fingerprint F35 Flash Drive Manual

        

                Contents

Before You Start ................................................................................. 1

For Users ............................................................................................................... 1

Specifications and Compatibility ......................................................................... 1

Fingerprint Management Application ................................................ 1

Registration for Administrators ............................................................2

To Set Password for Administrator...................................................................... 2

To Enroll Fingerprint for Administrator ............................................................... 3

How to use F35 Fingerprint Flash Drive ..............................................3

Partitioning the Flash Drive .................................................................3

Managing Administrator and Users’ Accounts ................................... 4

Managing Password ........................................................................... 7

FAQ .................................................................................................. 10




Before You Start



For Users

Dear User, thank you for purchasing the Lexar JumpDrive Fingerprint F35. The F35 is an integration of biometric identification technology and data storage. Designed for those demanding the highest level of data protection, the drive can safeguard sensitive data against unauthorized access attempts using fingerprint authentication. Data stored in the secure partition is safely protected and can only be accessed when the scanned fingerprint is authenticated. Featuring convenience and top-class security, it not only spares you the trouble of memorizing long passwords, but also brings you peace of mind.

Specifications and Compatibility

Interface: USB3.0

Fingerprint: The F35 can save up to 10 fingerprints.

Compatible Systems for Fingerprint Management Application: Windows XP+SP3, Vista, Windows 7, Windows 8, Windows 8.1, Windows 10(32&64bit).

Compatible Systems for Memory Function: Windows XP+SP3, Vista, Windows 7, Windows 8, Windows 8.1, Windows 10(32&64bit), Linux, Mac.

Only CDROM and Public disks are displayed when F35 USB flash drive is mounted for the first time.You need to run FingerTool_lexar(Windows).exe in Windows to log in to Secure disk, set password and input fingerprint.You can set the capacity of a common disk or an encrypted disk in the application program.

 

The factory capacity of F35 is allocated as follows:

 

Fingerprint Management Application

When using the F35 for the first time, please run the built-in application on your F35 with your computer. This application is designed to set passwords and enroll fingerprints, manage users whose accounts are registered, and change the size of the public and secure partition.


Registration for Administrators


Before the administrator can create additional accounts and enroll fingerprints for general users, they must first register their account

This chapter explains how to register a password and fingerprint for the administrator.


To Set Password for Administrator Please follow below instructions:

How to use F35 Fingerprint Flash Drive


a. Attach the F35 to any available USB port on your computer and the drive should be recognized automatically.

b. Place your finger (the one that had been enrolled) on the fingerprint sensor with light and even pressure. You will see the light flash. When the fingerprint is authenticated, you will see the secure partition and can access the data stored in this partition as shown below.


Partitioning the Flash Drive

a. Run the application “FingerTool_Lexar(Windows)”, and apply the Administrator’s fingerprint to access the program. Click on the right tab marked “Partition.”

b. Click “NEXT”.

c. Move the slider left and right to adjust the capacity between the public and the secure partition. Click “Confirm” to begin the process. Please remove and re-insert the flash drive after the drive has been re-partitioned.

Managing

Managing Administrator and Users’ Accounts

This chapter explains how to add, change, delete, and edit accounts.

1.1 Add Accounts.

a. Click “+” to start adding accounts.

b. Choose the account type (Administrator/Other Users) and then name the account. Click “NEXT”

c. Place your finger on the sensor to register your fingerprint for this new account.

1.2 Edit accounts.

a. Choose the account you want to edit and click the fingerprint icon on the right.

  


b. Edit the account type& name and click Confirm. If you want to change the fingerprint, click “Change Fingerprint”

c. Place your finger on the sensor to change fingerprint.


1.3 Delete accounts.

a. Choose the account you want to delete and click the trash icon in the right.

b. Click “Confirm” if you are sure you want to delete the account.


Note: The application will not allow you to have zero administrator accounts. You must have at least one administrator account.

Managing Password

a. Click “Password Verification” on the initial screen when asked for your Fingerprint Verification.


b. Click “ForgetPassword?” on the password authentication screen.

Enter

Enter a new password. Before entering, a pop-up window will show Lexar’s suggestion for a new password.

c. Click “Confirm and verify fingerprint” and apply the administrator’s fingerprint to complete the change.


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