Learn how to set up Dynamic Lock, a feature that automatically locks your computer when you walk away. It requires you to pair your smartphone to the computer through Bluetooth. Then when you carry your phone away from the computer, it locks.
- [Instructor] Dynamic Lock is a new feature…that can automatically lock the computer…when you walk away from it,…requiring you to type in your account password…to unlock it again.…The way it does this is by pairing…a Bluetooth device that you carry with you,…generally your smartphone.…If you assume that you will always…take your phone with you when you walk…away from your computer, the computer will sense…when your phone is out of range,…and automatically lock.…So to set this up, I'll start by going into Settings,…so I can go into the Start menu to the gear button…which of course takes me over to Settings.…
Then I want to go into the Accounts category,…and I want to go into Sign-in options.…Scrolling down a bit we'll find the Dynamic lock feature.…It's just a checkbox so you can turn it on or off.…But for the moment when I click on this, nothing happens.…This option is not available to me now…and that's because I don't have an eligible…Bluetooth device paired with my computer yet.…So, I'm going to pair my iPhone.…
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Skill Level Appropriate for all
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