Our PCs at home have been updated to the April 2018 Update of Windows 10 and they're suggesting that we replace our passwords with Windows Hello. I've never used Windows Hello before, but I understand that it's a biometric login mechanism. So if that's the case, how can we access each other's PCs through the network? We currently use passwords to access network shares and Remote Desktop. I'm unsure if I should enable Windows Hello in case we all lose access to sharing each other's resources as biometric authentication is just for access to the local machine. Can someone confirm whether or not you can continue using Windows Hello-enabled computers through the network?
Just to clarify:
Q1. Can I still login to a Windows 10 Hello-enabled PC remotely via RDP using a traditional username & password?
Q2. Can I also still use a username & password to access a network share (i.e. map a drive letter) which is hosted on a remote Windows 10 computer that uses Windows Hello?
Q3. If the answer to the above questions is no, then is there another authentication method I must use instead?