Enterprise Server Function Overview

Leverage the power of Password Depot throughout the enterprise! Here is an overview of the most important features that are additionally available to you when using the Enterprise Server.

Shared team databases
Use the databases together with the authorized team members.
Departments and groups
Divide your users into departments and groups.
Detailed rights management
Assign access rights to databases, folders in the databases, or individual entries.
Maximum security
Client/Server communication with ephemeral keys and Perfect Forward Secrecy (PFS).
Encrypted connection (AES 256 bit)
The data exchange between the Enterprise server and its clients is always encrypted with AES 256 bit.
Active Directory
Link the Enterprise Server optionally with your existing Active Directory structure.
Azure Active Directory
Link the Enterprise Server optionally with your existing Azure Active Directory structure.
High availability
Server mirroring for high availability of the server, for uninterrupted operation in case of server failures.
Two-factor authentication (2FA)
Client or server manager logon to the server optionally via 2FA (TOTP or email).
Record History
Record the change of a single record.
Role based access
Assign administrators role-based access to the Server Manager.
Access the Enterprise Server from your own applications.
Notification system
Get notified about events, such as access to an entry.
Certificates and SSL / TLS connection
Optionally, install certificates and use an SSL / TLS connection.
Access to Server Manager
Access the Server Manager locally or remotely over TCP / IP.
Terminal Server
Seamless, session-based collaboration with terminal servers.
Mobile devices
Access the server with native apps for iOS and Android in addition to the PC and Mac editions.
Web Interface
Access your server via web interface. You receive the Web interface in source code.
Single Sign-On (SSO)
Optional support of integrated Windows authentication (Single Sign-On) for Active Directory users.
Password policy
Define company-wide password policies.
Local policies
Set local policies for your clients, such as available locations (cloud, local, etc.) and other local settings and options.
Limit access time
Set the time frame, during which a user or group is granted access.
Hide passwords
Optionally, you can protect entries so that users can use them but cannot see them.
Seal functionality
Optionally seal entries to grant users access to an entry. If the user accesses the entry when needed, he breaks the seal and you are informed that he has used the entry.
Data sharing by users
Optionally allow your users to share and optionally seal their data with other users directly via the client (without access to the Server Manager).
Optionally use data offline
Optionally, allow the user to use the databases in offline mode.
Automatic backups
Create automatic backups to any destination.
Detailed reporting on important events.
Logs in RFC 5424 format
All server and user activities are logged and can optionally be sent via UDP to external protocol servers for audit-proof processing and storage.
Data import and export
Import or export your databases via the client.
Effective permissions
View users' effective permissions for individual folders or entries.
Database Wizard
Automatic generation of new databases or assignment of existing ones to users and groups.