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Exchange 2007 - 2 Factor Authentication

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We want to use 2 factor authentication for our webmail.  We are using Exchange 2007.

We have RSA soft-token,  does anyone know if this can be done, and how.
Is it a hassle to configure.

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This link will get you started:
http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/bb974232.aspx

OWA does not support 2 factor natively, you'll need to set up a second IIS site and use that page for the 2 factor login that will then pass traffic to the OWA server.
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