1. iMore Question's Avatar
    It seems that when someone is given access to my iPad they have free rain to set up fingerprint id which them gives them full access to everything, overriding many of the restriction settings! How can this be stopped? It is not realistic in this situation to not hand out the passcode to the iPad, although only I have the restrictions passcode.
    11-27-2016 04:43 PM
  2. G.4's Avatar
    The best solution is to unlock the iPad yourself and then hand it to the other person for their use. They cannot add/edit finger prints to Touch ID without your passcode so you would be ok. If you would like to set it up so that different users have different permissions, well, so would a lot of people but unfortunately iPad does not support multiple sign-ons at this time. It is meant to be a highly personal device. Hope this helps, good luck!
    11-27-2016 06:27 PM

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