This menu item can be found at the top on the right in the main view of the Server Manager. It contains the following features:

  • Server settings: You can define basic server settings here, for example when to create backup files and where to store them, supported authentications or if Two Factor-Authentication should be mandatory for a client to server connection etc. 
  • Server license: Here, you can enter a new license key, for example if you would like to increase the total number of users on the server. Apart from that, you can also see here the current server license and version.
  • Server policies: Here, you can set global default server policies that will be applied to the entire server. The global server policies have an impact on the assignment of user permissions in general, the password policy as well as supported types of entries. Please note that all server policies are global permissions that will always be applied to the entire server and all users. Thus, any policies set here cannot be changed in the database permissions afterwards. For example, if you deactivate specific policies in the Permissions tab, you cannot activate them for single users afterwards. Therefore, please be careful when using the server policies since they have restrictive effects. In general, we recommend setting them to Enabled or Not defined.
  • Client security policies: The Client security policies are deployed if the Corporate Client is used. In this case, administrators can define even more settings and permissions and deploy them to all users which is not possible with the standard client. For more information about the Corporate Client and the Client security policies please click here.
  • Mirroring: Select this option to activate server mirroring of your Password Depot Enterprise Server.
  • Pause: Here, you can pause/stop the server service. With the service stopped, clients cannot connect to the server anymore. The Server Manager, however, is still available so that administrators can do maintenance.
  • Continue: If the server service was stopped, you can start it again by clicking this button. Afterwards, the server will be available again for all clients within the same network. 
  • Restart: Select this option to restart the server if necessary.
  • Program options: Here, you can define the program options (please note that the program options are different from the server settings). The program options refer to the Server Manager only, for example you can define here the language of the Server Manager's user interface.
  • Exit: You can exit and shut down the Server Manager. The service or server application, however, is not affected. Thus, users will still have access to the server and its databases.

NOTE: Some changes on the Enterprise Server may require a server restart in order to save changes. With version 15 a command for restarting the server has been implemented. The prompt will be displayed automatically if needed. If so, we recommend carrying out the restart subsequently.