Multi-factor Authentication for Remote Desktop (RDP) and Local Windows Logon

Secure remote access to Windows hosts with LoginTC two-factor authentication (2FA). Easy for end-users to enroll and log into Windows Logon and RDP protected applications and SAML-based applications. Two-factor authentication helps prevent account takeovers.

Multiple authentication methods like Push-based authentication, Software One-Time Passwords (OTP), Hardware Tokens, Bypass Codes and Email One-Time Passwords ensure end-users can always login securely. Local logins can also login offline securely using two-factor authentication.

Direct integration with Active Directory means you can still leverage passwords as a first factor. Users can also be synchronized from Active Directory for a streamlined rollout.

Enable LoginTC with Windows Logon and RDP to add multi-factor authentication (MFA) to your remote access deployment and keep your organization secure.

Read the Windows Logon & RDP 2FA guide