The IIS Authentication Plug-in guide provides information about system requirements and how to install and configure the IIS Authentication plug-in on Windows.
This guide is intended for the Advanced Authentication domain administrators.
The Advanced Authentication IIS Authentication plug-in facilitates you to configure multi-factor authentication for the websites that are hosted and managed on the Microsoft IIS server. So the users who want to access the websites must perform multi-factor authentication on the IIS server.
For example, Bob, who is an end-user wants to access his mails on the Outlook Web Access (OWA) or the shared applications through Remote Desktop Web (RDWeb) that are hosted on the IIS server. He must perform multi-factor authentication using the IIS Authentication plug-in and get a secured access to OWA or RDWeb.