SMS PASSCODE® Version 6.2 enhances the user experience and is first to include this with support for Windows8 and Server 2012


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Today, we released the latest version of our award winning SMS PASSCODE® – version 6.2. This release raises the bar for user experience with easy to use and setup user experience monitoring and a new innovative real-time SMS alert message to a user if they have been locked out with instructions on how to reset their password. The new version also includes support for Windows 8 and Windows Server 2012 practically at the same time Microsoft releases this and support for administrators to set up and manage time windows users are allowed access. You can learn more about the release here.

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