how can an application disable/enable a user account in active directory??

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How can a fingerprint reader be used to disable/enable a user account?? Could I use a VBscript to do this?

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fingerprint reader is simply one type of authentication method, like a password/passphrase, a digital token or CAC card. It’s not the reader which will enable or disable the account, but the directory services behind the authentication process (Actve Directory, RADIUS, NDS, etc…). Look at your authentication server to perform some action upon login via biometric device (fingerprint reader in your case…)

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