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Using MS Hello on a Domain Joined Surface Book

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Last Modified: 2017-03-23
I have a WinSBS 2008 domain joined MS Surface Book and when attempting to implement Facial Recognition as part of the 'Hello' feature, the option is not available.  The message "Some settings are managed by your organization." is displayed.  How can I clear this message?

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SBS 2008 is too old to recognize Hello for the input of domain credentials...
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Concerning the first response about 2008 being to old to support 'Hello,'  my personal Microsoft Surface Book IS connecting to my domain with my credentials using the facial recognition component of Microsoft Hello.  The question pertains to two other clients on different SBS 2008 installations that aren't given the opportunity to use the 'Hello' feature with the error message stated.

I will try the registry key and report back.

Tom

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After making the change to the registry, the 'Hello' process worked flawlessly.  It even allowed logging into the domain.  NOTE:  This worked on a Microsoft Surface Book PC, but NOT on a Microsoft Surface 4 Pro PC.  

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