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    I know RT accepts USB sticks but does it accepts Tokens?

    For my job we use tokens to log onto secure websites such as the FED. The token usually installs a driver from Microsoft.


    I've been searching and cant find any information.

    any info would be great.
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    So it's a security token that plugs into a USB port? The only ones that I have seen are like a beeper that gives random numbers generated off a server that you enter manually.
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    Quote Originally Posted by palandri View Post
    So it's a security token that plugs into a USB port? The only ones that I have seen are like a beeper that gives random numbers generated off a server that you enter manually.
    Exactly. I have those tokens too but those are pretty old school. We've switch those vendors over to FTP.

    It's a USB security token as you've stated.

    Thanks
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