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Hard/Soft Access Token with Terminal Services

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Hi All,
Were deploying a Terminal Server on Window 03 Enterprise very soon. My boss has asked me about using hard and soft access tokens for added security. She said she used to have a pager-like device that gave her a code she would enter along with username and password for authentication. This is all new to me. Can someone give me rundown on these technologies? Compatibility with Windows 03; manufacturers; complexity of use and setup, etc.

TIA,
Ron
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