We did some Internet searching and found the following free monospaced (fixed-width) fonts that seem suitable for Token2Shell/MD.
In order to install a font on Windows, you simply need to select ‘Install‘ from its right-click popup menu. For additional information about installing fonts, please visit http://www.microsoft.com/en-us/Typography/TrueTypeInstall.aspx.
After installing new fonts, you need to restart Windows Store apps including Token2Shell/MD in order to have the apps fully recognize the new fonts.
DejaVu Sans Mono
Source Code Pro
Envy Code R
GNU Unifont claims to include glyphs for every printable code point in the Unicode 8.0 Basic Multilingual Plane (BMP). However, unlike the fonts listed above, the width of a character changes when ‘bold‘ style is applied. Thus you may have a column alignment problem when your server program makes use of the ‘bold‘ character attribute.