Thycotic Blog

Technical Product Updates and Industry Trends

  • Secret Server 4.1 coming – visual keyboard

    Here is a new feature coming in Secret Server 4.1 – it is the visual keyboard and is a configurable option for the login screen.  It is designed to thwart malware such as keyloggers which could be running on a public computer and could capture your password if you entered it using the keyboard.  The

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  • Secret Server on Windows Server 2008 x64

    With the new release of Windows Server 2008, we wanted to make sure that Secret Server is always able to use the latest technology. So, we set out to prove that Secret Server would work on Windows Server 2008. To take it even further, we wanted to see it work on the 64-bit platform. So

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  • Migrating from eWallet

    Some users who are currently using eWallet and other single user password managers want to migrate to an enterprise solution. This will give them the benefit of tracking and managing all privileged passwords in a company. We are currently working with one customer to produce a tool that will allow a user to migrate from

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  • Remote Desktop – peek into the future …

    Here is a teaser trailer showing automatic opening of Remote Desktop from a secret in Secret Server.   Watch movie (Remote Desktop from Internet Explorer) Watch movie (Remote Desktop from Firefox)   There are some technical difficulties in getting Remote Desktop to work like this since it encrypts the password in the .rdp file in

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  • Secret Server 4.0

    We are happy to announce that Secret Server 4.0 is scheduled for release on December 21st. One of the features that is often requested is the ability to search a folder *and* its sub-folders. Starting in 4.0, this feature will be available. On the home page, there will be a checkbox in the search region

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  • Bulk Operation “Edit Share” explained

    Back in Secret Server 3.0, we added bulk operations to make it easier to deal with lots of secrets.  Typical example – I need to add our network administrators to these 100 passwords with View permission.  This can be easily accomplished using the "Add Share" option at the bottom of the search grid on the

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