I just enabled fingerprint and PIN access on my Windows 10 laptop. The laptop is my secondary computer. Now when I login directly to the laptop the fingerprint prompt is displayed by default, with the option to also select password or PIN. I'd like to be able to set either PIN or password in Multiplicity and have automatic unlock work. Right now automatic unlock appears to be inconsistent. With the laptop configured for Multiplicity to use my password, Windows gave me an invalid PIN message on the secondary computer (laptop) when unlocking the primary computer.
Multiplicity appears to lack awareness of Windows 10 PIN and Password logons, and the dialogue box on the secondary computer only allows you to enter a password. Having options for both would be ideal so you know that Multiplicity isn't attempting to log in with a PIN as the password or vice versa, either of which could end up locking your Windows logon account on the secondary computer eventually.
Hopefully this makes sense.