Passly from ID Agent, a Kaseya company

Passly from ID Agent, a Kaseya company
Formerly AuthAnvil

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Score 3.9 out of 100
Passly from ID Agent, a Kaseya company

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  • Multi-Factor Authentication (5)
    1.3
    13%

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What is Passly from ID Agent, a Kaseya company?

Passly from ID Agent, a Kaseya company and the service that replaces the former AuthAnvil, is an identity and access management (IAM) platform providing two-factor authentication, single sign-on (SSO) and password management.

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Product Demos

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Features Scorecard

Identity Management

6.8
68%
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Product Details

What is Passly from ID Agent, a Kaseya company?

Passly from ID Agent, a Kaseya company and the service that replaces the former AuthAnvil, is an identity and access management (IAM) platform providing two-factor authentication, single sign-on (SSO) and password management.

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Passly from ID Agent, a Kaseya company and the service that replaces the former AuthAnvil, is an identity and access management (IAM) platform providing two-factor authentication, single sign-on (SSO) and password management.

Reviewers rate ID Management Single-Sign On (SSO) highest, with a score of 9.6.

The most common users of Passly from ID Agent, a Kaseya company are from Small Businesses (1-50 employees) and the Information Technology & Services industry.
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Reviews and Ratings

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June 27, 2022

Passly no way

Score 1 out of 10
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I selected Passly at first as it would allow for a single sign on with azure to Kaseya VSA. Kaseya has made access to different products very different. VSA does not have single sign on with Azure where as Vorex/BMS does. This is a feature that Kaseya should make unified accross all applications.
Score 6 out of 10
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Google's Authenticator app is easy and streamlined, like much of Google's products. The home screen shows you the security code and how much time is left. Kaseya's AuthAnvil requires multiple clicks to even reach the security code, and only has a progress bar that lets you guess how much time is left before the security code resets.
Leonard Johnson | TrustRadius Reviewer
Score 9 out of 10
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Kaseya’s products have a lot of features to them that help an MSP do their job. Accessing and getting to them is a lot easier with AuthAnvil. It’s secure and easy to use. Atera has a similar design, but overall you don’t come close to Kaseya’s products. I often found myself confused by Atera’s layout. I had to still access my other products separately while Kaseya lets me have a wide variety of applications. It may come at an extra cost, but Kaseya is very nice.
Garry Adams | TrustRadius Reviewer
Score 5 out of 10
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We have transitioned our Multi-Factor authentication processes to use either Authy, Duo, or Microsoft Authenticator, depending on the application use-case. We still have some clients using AuthAnvil, but it is no longer our preferred application for MFA. The other offerings in the market fulfill the same requirement with either lower or no additional cost and are easier to manage and more consistent in their performance.
Score 7 out of 10
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  • Okta Adaptive Multi-Factor Authentication (MFA)
I am currently testing Okta as well. Okta seems to have a lot more functionality. They have integrations with mostly every SaaS around. They have a smoother Windows 2FA that includes push notifications and Yubikey integration. AuthAnvil is the only 2FA service available for Kaseya VSA, so that is why we are currently still using it.
Score 8 out of 10
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We are pretty satisfied with the features and price of Kaseya. It's easier to deploy than say Entrust or Symantec. What really makes it stand out is the integration with the overall Kaseya environment and managing everything from one pane of glass.
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