Use Logitech Brio Camera for Windows Hello Login when Laptop is Docked

  1. ericnixmd's Avatar
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    Use Logitech Brio Camera for Windows Hello Login when Laptop is Docked


    My Dell Precision has a built-in IR camera, which works great when the laptop isn't docked. I have a Logitech Brio 4k camera connected to my docking station.

    I cannot get Windows 10 to use the Brio when docked. It always defaults to the built-in IR camera even though the lid is closed.

    Does anyone know of a way to set preferences so that the Brio is used when docked and the built-in camera is used when not docked?
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  2. Edwin's Avatar
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    ericnixmd said:
    My Dell Precision has a built-in IR camera, which works great when the laptop isn't docked. I have a Logitech Brio 4k camera connected to my docking station.

    I cannot get Windows 10 to use the Brio when docked. It always defaults to the built-in IR camera even though the lid is closed.

    Does anyone know of a way to set preferences so that the Brio is used when docked and the built-in camera is used when not docked?
    Ugh! I think that's gonna take an app or a complex script of some sort!

    I fooled around a bit...

    Mine defaults to 'Main camera' (rear camera) when re-docked, I have to switch it manually...

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  3. ericnixmd's Avatar
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    One would think Microsoft would create a way to do this. Not the only person that uses a dock I'm sure. :)
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