2-Step Authentication for on-premise exchange?

Is there a way to enable 2 step authentication for on-premise exchange; either with an built in feature or 3rd party software?  The end user in question is running exchange 2010.

Thanks!
Dan
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Amit KumarCommented:
You can use RSA Secure ID tool to enable Two factor authentication.

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AmitIT ArchitectCommented:
You can use entrust card.
ITIExperts1Author Commented:
Just to clarify (in case this changes anything) the end goal here is to force 2-step authentication when a user opens Outlook on their computer.
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Amit KumarCommented:
It depends how you deploy..
ITIExperts1Author Commented:
What do you advise for my situation?

The users have an in-house exchange server. They want to lock down Outlook on their computers, due to multiple users needing access to the computer/account. I know there are easier ways to accomplish this (account switching for instance), however, at this time they only want to lock down Outlook; preventing anyone else from running the application.

Suggestions?
Amit KumarCommented:
I would say contact vendors, as there are limitation at some point of stage. may be some of vendor does not support full fledged outlook 2 factor authentication.

Better to call vendors and get their details as in feature for two-factor authentication. Also they will help you to do POC of their product once you get expected results go with working product.

I have been using RSA SecureID but used only for RDP sessions to be secured with two-factor authentication. we were provisioning to secure OWA but due to budget it has been neglected for time and now I am in that org.

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