Turnkey solution for 2 factor biometric sign-on for on premises AD domain?

Hello Experts,

we are moving into a new domain, win2016, in a few months and am exploring the option of 2 factor biometric for AD sign-on. We are evaluating authlite with yubikeys however we were thinking to use a biometric mouse or peripheral so as to not have to be buying replacement yubikeys.  This is for a single on premises only domain with less than 100 authenticated users.

Also Is there a biometric solution that will credential the user at the bios startup post before authenticating into the domain?

regards
peter
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Shaun VermaakTechnical SpecialistCommented:
We are evaluating authlite with yubikeys however we were thinking to use a biometric mouse or peripheral so as to not have to be buying replacement yubikeys.
Don't understand exactly what you mean. I have a yubikey that I use daily and it is at least 8 years old
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cfgtechsAuthor Commented:
because we have around 90 employees, we are thinking of using some kind of biometric control vs the usb token solely because employees may lose the tokens regularly.
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Shaun VermaakTechnical SpecialistCommented:
Those peripherals are expensive and more likely to break. The cheap ones do not do the live-finger checking and can be easily fooled.
I would get them to sign for keys just like they would for access cards.
Have a few spare on hand and charge for replacement.
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