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Using Secret Server Links to Securely Transmit Sensitive Data

August 24th, 2012

Having been a Systems Engineer, I’m familiar with the problem of sharing credentials.  My method for sharing login credentials with a colleague consisted of access to a spreadsheet with everything or a Post-it that would be shredded (hopefully).  However, with Secret Server, System Admins are easily able to share credentials with colleagues by sending them…


Secret Server and Secure LDAP

July 23rd, 2012

This blog post was originally written in 2012.  For the most up to date information on Secret Server and Secure LDAP, please visit: Secret Server Features Page: Our features are among the reasons so many IT Admins and IT Security pros consider Secret Server the best Privileged Access Management software in the market.  Find information…


Using the PuTTY launcher on custom ports

November 23rd, 2011

Do you use custom ports for accessing your systems through SSH or telnet?  If you do, you’ll find that the launcher is configured for standard ports.  Configuring these ports requires the creation of a custom launcher and a few other steps. This can be a useful tool for Secret Server users, especially in those situations…


Inheriting Permissions Based on Folders

July 29th, 2011

Inheriting Permissions based on Folders It is possible for Secrets in Secret Server to inherit permissions from the folder where they are placed. For example, if you install a new managed switch in your network, instead of setting an Active Directory group or users for every network-based Secret, you set the Active Directory group or…