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ManageEngine Password Manager Pro

ManageEngine Password Manager Pro

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What is ManageEngine Password Manager Pro?

ManageEngine Password Manager Pro is the Zoho Corporation's password management solution for small and medium sized businesses and enterprises alike.

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What is ManageEngine Password Manager Pro?

ManageEngine Password Manager Pro is the Zoho Corporation's password management solution for small and medium sized businesses and enterprises alike.

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Score 7 out of 10
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Verified User
Incentivized
We evaluated one on-premise solution, Password Manager Pro, one cloud-based solution called Passwordstate to store all sensitive password information and also secure notes. The latter was licensed by users, so we knew as the team grew it would cost quite a lot more to maintain. We wanted access for various users within the information technology and systems department at a granular level to have separation of the various passwords into categories which we then give permission relevant for the right users.
Joe Foran | TrustRadius Reviewer
Score 10 out of 10
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Verified User
Incentivized
Both Google and Microsoft offer a lot of SSO options with their products, but ManageEngine Password Manager Pro has kept competitive by offering its own integrations, and has the added feature of being self-hosted, which allows greater control of the environment compared to a cloud solution. While normally I am a cloud-first believer, in this case the ability to directly tie into local apps as well as cloud apps, and to integrate into the GINA over the LAN and WAN, has proved its value to me.
Gary Smolyak | TrustRadius Reviewer
Score 7 out of 10
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Verified User
Incentivized
I have used Dashlane in the past at a previous organization and as great and well designed as it is, it is not great for large companies that are looking for a more commercial and more supported solution. One thing I do like about Dashlane though is how it easily integrates into a certain web browser and allows for the auto-filling of credentials on different websites. It also can store credit card info. This is something PMP doesn't offer.
Score 5 out of 10
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Verified User
Incentivized
The bigger apps come as part of a suite of tools. To get all the functionality you want, you will have features you won't use. As you scale up across large teams, massive amounts of accounts to manage, or an array of vendors to support you need to graduate to a more robust tool.
Ludovic Huon | TrustRadius Reviewer
Score 9 out of 10
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Verified User
Incentivized
We selected Password Manager Pro because of active directory integration, compared to those PC tools. We wanted to have a central password tool accessible by a simple browser rather than having to install a heavy client on each admin PC or access to a database through a Windows share. We wanted to take advantage of complexity rules directly integrated with the tool itself and configurable given our internal policies. We wanted to segregate password access by the group of resources and different roles.
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