You can store credentials (passwords, SSH keys, PIN codes) of Targets already added into PassMan database.
In case we need a stored credential (password, SSH-key) we only have to ask the system for it (CheckOut).
The system will only provide the credential to us if we have the right to view that for the given Account.
- Hosts (Targets).
- User/Password datasets for Hosts and SSH keys for Linux/Unix systems (Credentials).
- Target structure (Folders).
- Existence of a given Host.
- Whether a stored user/credential dataset is correct (is it possible to log into the Host).
- Who and where did login, using the automatic checkout function?
- Who logged into PassMan and what did they do?
- Who, when and with what level of privilege accessed a given Target/Account?
- A given user, in a specific time, what Target did they accessed and what level of access did they have?
- PassMan can use local database or Microsoft Active Directory for user authentication, than the user management is done in the AD.
- As a local user there is a default Administrator. This Administrator can start and configure the system.
- Permissions can be set by assigning the authorized person or group to the specific item and specify the executable operations as well.