Enterprise Server Function Overview

Leverage the power of Password Depot throughout the enterprise! Here is an overview of the most important features that are additionally available to you when using the Enterprise Server.

Function Description
Shared team databases Use the databases together with the authorized team members
Departments and groups Divide your users into departments and groups
Detailed rights management Assign access rights to databases, folders in the databases, or individual entries
Record History Record the change of a single record
Notification system Be informed about events, such as access to an entry
Encrypted connection (AES 256 bit) The data exchange between the Enterprise server and the clients is always encrypted with AES 256 bit
Certificates and SSL / TLS connection Optionally, install certificates and use an SSL / TLS connection
Access to Server Manager Access the Server Manager locally or remotely locally and remotely over TCP / IP.
Active Directory Link the server to your existing AD structure
Mobile devices Access the server on the server next to the PC and Mac edition with mobile devices to the server
Password policy Define company-wide password policies
Local guidelines Set local policies for your clients, such as available locations (cloud, local, etc.) and other local settings and options.
Limit access time Set the timeframe to which a user or group gets granted access.
Hide passwords Optionally, you can protect entries so that users can use them but can not see them.
Optionally use data offline Optionally, allow the user to use the databases in offline mode
Automatic backups Create automatic backups to any destination
Reporting Detailed reporting on important events
Logs All activities of the server and the user are logged
Data import and export Import or export your databases via the client.
Effective permissions View users' effective permissions for individual folders or entries.
Database Wizard Automatic generation of new databases or assignment of existing ones to users and groups.