ManageEngine Password Manager Pro
ManageEngine Password Manager Pro
We use the solution to store all sensitive password information and also secure notes. To help ease permissions and access for various …
Continuum of Care uses ManageEngine Password Manager Pro as our self-service password reset and recovery tool. With our recent move to …
We use Password Manager Pro (PMP) to store credentials for various applications and services that we in IT use throughout the company. The …
Password Manger is used as the enterprise password repository for any shared access. Its used primarily within IT, but not exclusively.
Using ManageEngine Password Manager Pro (ME PW Pro) has allowed us to consolidate all of our password management into one location and …
ManageEngine Password Manager Pro is widely used to manage all encrypted passwords for all of the IT teams, without having to store the …
It's used globally within our organisation, this product provides us with self-service password resets and account unlock abilities. We …
We store all our local and Internet passwords in ManageEngine Password Manager. It is an invaluable tool.
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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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Password Manager does a good job of segregating passwords in to different categories which then can be aligned to different users or different job roles within the organization or department. I think the user interface looks a little dated, however, is perfectly functional for retrieving passwords. In adding the passwords initially, I found it a bit clunky, but of course, you don't need to do that too often.
It's great for any company that relies on active-directory as their primary source of user password authentication and other data. It's ability to integrate with a host of other tools such as Google Workspace, Azure AD (if you aren't using ADFS/DirSync/etc.), FreshService, Trello, etc. as well local apps like Postgres, i/AS400, and more make it a great middleware tool for SS.
PMP is well suited for organizations that have a lot of different applications throughout different departments that all have different credentials. It is also good for setting up sharing so that different users have access to only the passwords that are needed for their work. Users are also able to store their own credentials in this tool without sharing them with any other users. PMP is less appropriate for smaller organizations or ones where only a single department only needs to store passwords. In this case, there are other cheaper and simpler tools more suited for the task.
If you need to manage passwords for a business but you can't spend $50,000+, this is the tool. At one point they had the tag line "90% of the features for 80% of the cost" (or something close to that). They aren't kidding. You can't beat the price. If you want a highly robust tool that is compatible with a large number of vendors and you are willing to pay $50,000 to $100,000, there are better tools.
ME PM Pro is well suited for larger organizations with multiple users. ME PM Pro would be less suitable for smaller, single individual situations.
Password Manager Pro (PMP) is particularly well suited if you want to avoid using simple passwords, (stored in clear or encrypted), or avoid local password tools or storing them on a PC via a Windows application that does not answer some questions for a larger scale team size (segregation of profiles, audits, complexity, central storage, encryption, AD integration). PMP helps to manage privileges according to the admin profile to differentiate who has access to which password resources. PMP aims at eliminating procedures or tasks to auto regenerate passwords to be audit or SOX compliant, including proof of evidence.
- AD based environments. Medium to large scale users (2000 plus).
- Would be overkill for smaller environments.
- Supports multi lingual users very well.
It's very useful for remote support as you do not need to remember passwords. We can group passwords by team section so they can only see the passwords they need.