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Integrating a UART Fingerprint Sensor into Windows Biometric Framework

I have a fingerprint sensor that's connected to my computer via a USB to TTL module containing a Silicon Labs CP2102 chip. What's the best way to integrate a COM port connection into the Windows Biometric Framework? The sample USB driver UMDF code is rather useless to me at the moment.

Also, can I load an unsigned or uncertified driver to test Windows Hello for my sensor?

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Is anyone here to answer my question?

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Hi,

Is anyone here to answer my question?

NO!

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