In most cases, biometric security devices can be set up to recognize and store multiple users’ biometric data. This means that multiple people can use the same device to access a shared system or device, such as a shared computer or safe. However, it is important to ensure that each user’s biometric data is properly registered and stored within the device’s database to ensure accurate identification and access control.
Some biometric security devices, such as fingerprint door locks, may also allow for the creation of temporary access codes or PINs for visitors or guests who do not have their biometric data registered in the system. This can be a useful feature for situations where temporary access is required, such as for a houseguest or service technician.