2 factor on Windows Admin account in Active Directory

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I'm looking for at solution where we can protect our domain admin accounts in our local active directory. In the "old days", there were smart cards, but isn't there a more modern solution that works like 365 MFA, so that no matter where a Domain Admin account logs on to a computer in AD, it will be promted for 2 factor auth.

 

Does anyone use smart cards today?

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