OpenOTP Windows Login & RDS
Secure Windows Login & Remote Desktop Service with MFA
Secure your Microsoft Servers, Remote Desktop & App logins.
Microsoft Remote Desktop & Services provide an easy way for users to connect enterprise systems and use shared applications from remote locations.
Enhance your RDS security by adding MFA to your authentication process.
Protect your Microsoft Operating System Access
RCDevs provides a Windows Credential Provider (CP) for Windows integrations. Our OpenOTP CP is your additional layer of protection for Windows login, remote access with Remote Desktop login & RDS.
Our latest version of OpenOTP CP supports both OTP and FIDO2 authentication mechanisms.
Any OpenOTP authentication method like Push Login, Yubikey, Hardware & software token, FIDO2 (except in RDS) is supported.
Our Credential Provider works in full AD environments but also in infrastructures without AD. Accounts can be separated from your AD (like in an OpenLDAP) and still manage centrally
For Desktops & Laptops
For Remote Desktop Services
For AD Users
For Local Users and Computers Out of Domain
Supports NT Domain-style login names like ‘Domain\Username’
Supports User Principal Names (UPN), implicit & explicit
Supports offline authentication with OpenOTP Token App & FIDO2 devices
Supports any OpenOTP method (Tokens, YubiKey, FIDO2, SMSOTP, eMailOTP)
Supports LDAP, challenged OTP & FIDO2 and Push login
Enterprise deployment with AD automated software deployment tools
Desktops & servers with Windows CP
All Windows Clients since Windows 7
All Windows Servers since 2008
Microsoft Remote Desktop Services
See how simple it is to integrate OpenOTP for Windows Logins
Frequently Asked Questions – Windows & RDS Login
Can I use Google Authenticator for Windows Logins?
Check how RCDevs' OpenOTP Token app works as a Windows login credential provider.
Can I perform a Windows Login with a Smart Card?
First, you need to configure the smart card through your MFA setup. Check the configuration documentation for smart card logins with RCDevs Security Solutions. After configuring, insert your smart card in the card reader. If the card is detected and the stored certificate can be used for logon, a new credential tile for the smart card will be prompted. You can select it and enter your PIN code. You will be logged in.
Documentation of windows login authentication with smart card.
Is a Windows Login using FIDO possible?
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Choose the method that best suits you