Re: Fingerprint 2-factor authentication in a domain?
- From: maxxik <maxxik@xxxxxxxxx>
- Date: Fri, 13 Jul 2007 01:23:30 +0300
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Most of the USB and "built in laptop" finger print reader devices seemto come with software that provides users the ability to manage
passwords for logging into web sites etc.
that can be used to take advantage of fingerprint readers to
Am curious what you've found to be the best enterprise level software
authenticate users to an active directory domain on a Microsoft network?
to manage passwords for web sites as well. The core issue would be
A bonus would be central management and possibly even the added ability
domain authentication though...
Thank you in advance
Very nice question ! Now I'm trying to find the best solution for me.
I've found just two solution available :
Concerning first one - I've tried Personal version - It's pretty good
for using on personal PC and possess the beginning features for using
in domain (it can "save" credentials according to entered before
fingerpring and automatically login to windows. Also there is an
enterprise version on OmniPass. But it's unavailable for trial using
(It would be so nice to hear any reviews about it)
Second one - I just see advertisement in Internet :( It's a pity but I
haven't founded any way to get it trial and try
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