Fingerprint utility - where does it store infrormations?

I do not have a problem with my toshiba Notebook but i have a question for better understandig how the fingerprintutility works
in Addition to the preinstalled win7 i installed win8.1. on my Notebook (and for some Tests win10 zp also)
As I tried to Register same finerprint in win 8.1. and win10 as in win7 the Utility came up with
the message, that this finger is aleady registered and stoped register-process
So I ask you:
Why does Fingerprint Utility know, which Fingerprint is registered in an operating System that is not
up and running?
At the end, I registered three different fingers for my three different operating Systems and everything works fine
Thank your for hints for better understanding how that Utility works

Fact is that the fingerprints are stored and saved in a special sensor area (hardware component).
If the fingerprint is already registered in windows system, you can not register the same fingerprint once again using another system.

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