DualShield FlashPass transforms the standard USB flash drive into a security token which can be used in any application where two-factor authentication is required. FlashPass directly uses the hardware fingerprint of the USB flash drive for user authentication.
This document provides the guide for using FlashPass for windows local or remote desktop logon as an example. For other types of applications, the process is similar.
For local desktop logon to a Windows domain network, The support of FlashPass is built into the DualShield Logon Agent. For the installation guide, please refer to the Logon Agent Implementation Guide.
For remote desktop logon to a Windows domain network or to a Windows terminal server, FlashPass requires the installation of the DualShield Windows Remote Desktop Agent. For the installation guide, please refer to the Remote Desktop Agent Implementation Guide.