Password Manager

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Password Manager - Profile Home

Password Manager Profile Home

Configure your questions-and-answers user profile and manage your passwords.

Password Manager - Add New Domain

Password Manager Add New Domain

Specify the domain that will be added to the user scope.

Password Manager - Default Management Policies

Password Manager Default Management Policies

Apply default management policies for self-service workflows. The addition of new management policies is available as well.

Password Manager - Instance Initialization

Password Manager Instance Initialization

Select a unique instance or replica of an existing instance for the type of instance you want to create.

Password Manager - Password Policy

Password Manager Password Policy

Set up the policy rules that define which passwords to accept or reject.

Password Manager - Report

Password Manager Report

Create reports with standard parameters to view changed passwords, users registered, profiles changed, profiles locked, passwords reset and accounts unlocked.

Password Manager - Reports List

Password Manager Reports List

Run reports that provide data on lists of users, summary of actions performed by each user, monthly number of users registered and more.

Password Manager - Question List

Password Manager Question List

Specify questions that will be presented to users during registration and later when users need to reset forgotten passwords and unlock their accounts.

Password Manager - User Scope

Password Manager User Scope

Set the policy for which groups are allowed or denied access to the self-service site.

Password Manager - Q&A Profile Workflow

Password Manager Q&A Profile Workflow

Drag and drop from a list of choices which activities to include in the workflow.

Password Manager - Manage User

Password Manager Manage User

Use standard tasks to manage the account and Q&A profile for each user.

Password Manager - Q&A Profile Captcha

Password Manager Q&A Profile Captcha

Ensure user is an actual person, and not a computer, trying to access the self-service site with a challenge-response test.

Password Manager - Q&A Profile Security Question

Password Manager Q&A Profile Security Question

Ask user to provide answers to questions that will be used later to verify the user's identity, for password reset or account unlock.

Password Manager - Notifications

Password Manager Notifications

Configure Password Manager to send user an email notification if certain pre-selected events occur.

Active Directory tool that enables end users to reset forgotten passwords

  • Adopt more secure data access policies beyond the control offered natively
  • Streamline help desk duties
  • Serve users from multiple domains, with or without trusts
  • Empower users to handle basic password tasks, reducing help desk costs
  • Extend to enterprisewide password management

Overview

Password Manager provides a simple, secure, self-service solution that enables end users to reset forgotten passwords and unlock their accounts. Now your organization can implement stronger password policies while reducing its help desk workload. With Password Manager, you no longer have to sacrifice security to reduce costs.

Password Manager supports the widest range of data security standards so you can implement secure data access policies beyond the control offered natively in Microsoft® Active Directory®.

Adopt more secure data access policies beyond the control offered natively

Adopt more secure data access policies beyond the control offered natively. Security is increased by eliminating help desk errors and the need for users to write down their passwords. Implement the entire range of security policies, and ensure that passwords conform to requirements — per group or organizational unit — for length, composition, history and lockout.

Streamline help desk duties

Give administrators powerful logging and reporting features to make it easier to monitor password management activity and correct abnormalities.

Serve users from multiple domains, with or without trusts

Serve users from multiple domains, with or without trusts. Seamless integration with Windows. strong data encryption and secure communication are provided through support for leading technologies such as 3DES, MD5, SSL and Microsoft’s CryptoAPI.

Empower users to handle basic password tasks, reducing help desk costs

Empower users to handle basic password tasks, reducing help desk costs. Password Manager eliminates the need for users to make expensive support calls by encouraging them to enroll in and use self-service to reset passwords or unlock their accounts, thus dramatically reducing user downtime.

Extend to enterprise-wide password management

Extend AD-based password management to non-Microsoft operating systems (such as Unix and Linux) through integration with a set of robust tools. Get support for your larger IAM initiatives and enterprise-wide password management needs.

Features

Secure data access policies
Adopt more secure data access policies beyond the control offered natively. Security is increased by eliminating help desk errors and the need for users to write down their passwords. Implement the entire range of security policies, and ensure that passwords conform to requirements — per group or organizational unit — for length, composition, history and lockout
Streamlined help desk duties
Give administrators powerful logging and reporting features to make it easier to monitor password management activity and correct abnormalities. Customizable workflows and activities allow you to customize password policy and reset workflows to match your organization’s business needs and personnel.
Multiple domain support
Serve users from multiple domains, with or without trusts. Seamless integration with Windows. strong data encryption and secure communication are provided through support for leading technologies such as 3DES, MD5, SSL and Microsoft’s CryptoAPI
User self-service
Empower users to handle basic password tasks, reducing help desk costs. Password Manager eliminates the need for users to make expensive support calls by encouraging them to enroll in and use self-service to reset passwords or unlock their accounts, thus dramatically reducing user downtime. Offline password reset functionality allows users to reset passwords, even when their system is off-line.
Enterprise-wide password management
Extend AD-based password management to non-Microsoft operating systems (such as Unix and Linux) through integration with a set of robust tools. Get support for your larger IAM initiatives and enterprise-wide password management needs. Expand password management functionality to Active Directory Lightweight Directory Services (AD LDS). Enable self-service unlocking of BitLocker-enabled computers.

Specifications

Password Manager service and administration site system requirements

CPU
  • 800 MHz Intel Pentium®
Memory
  • 512 MB
Hard disk space
  • 250 MB
Operating system
  • Microsoft® Windows Server™ 2003  SP2 or higher (32-Bit or 64-Bit)
  • Windows Server 2008 SP2 (32-Bit or 64-Bit)
  • Windows Server 2008 R2
  • Windows Server 2012
Internet information server
  • Microsoft® Internet Information Server 6.0 or higher
Web browser
  • Microsoft® Internet Explorer 8.0 or 9.0
Microsoft .NET framework
  • Microsoft® .NET Framework 4.0
Runtime libraries
  • Visual C++ Runtime Libraries 2010
Acrobat reader
  • Acrobat® Reader® 7.0 or higher
Domain
  • Windows 2003 domain
  • Windows 2008 domain

Self-Service and Help Desk sites system requirements

Web browser
  • Internet Explorer 7.0 or higher
  • Firefox® 10 or higher
  • Safari® 5
  • Chrome® 15 or higher

Password Policy Manager system requirements

Hard disk space
  • 5 MB
Operating system
  • Microsoft® Windows Server™ 2003 (32-Bit or 64-Bit)
  • Windows Server 2008 (32-Bit or 64-Bit)
  • Windows Server 2008 R2
  • Windows Server 2012
Visual C++ runtime libraries
  • Visual C++ Runtime Libraries 2010

Secure Password Extension System Requirements

Operating system
  • Microsoft® Windows Server™ 2003
  • Windows Server 2008
  • Windows Server 2008 R2
  • Windows XP Professional Service Pack 3
  • Windows Vista
  • Windows 7™ Service Pack 1
  • Windows 8
Web browser
  • Microsoft® Internet Explorer 7.0, 8.0 or 9.0

Password Manager Reports system requirements

SQL server
  • Microsoft® SQL Server™ 2005
  • SQL Server 2008
  • SQL Server 2008 R2
  • SQL Server 2008 R2 SP 2
  • SQL Server 2012

Detailed requirements

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