Pleasant Password Server 2.16
Pleasant Password Server is a simple and easy-to-use password management server compatible with KeePass for Windows.
Pleasant Password Server is a simple and easy-to-use password management server compatible with KeePass for Windows. The Administrator has total management control and can assign access to passwords and secrets according to user roles, so your sensitive data is not accessible to unauthorized personnel. All passwords and secrets are stored safely and securely on a central server database. Nothing is stored on a user's computer. The server connection is secured via 128-bit SSL Certificate; stored passwords are encrypted.
Password server is client-server based, so you have more control. The designated Administrator uses the KeePass Client to set up or import hierarchical groups of passwords (organized in folders), which are then automatically stored on the Password Server. The Administrator then uses the Password Server Web Interface to set up roles for people, and grant access to passwords as appropriate. No need to worry about cloud-based attacks: you control your own server security from your office.
Password server is simple and easy: it takes less than an hour to install and set up. Creating groups of passwords and roles for users makes the management of password access faster and more efficient. One-time user licenses range from $9.95 to $25, depending on the package of seats you buy - making it the most cost-effective solution available for business today. No yearly fees apply. Technical support is free, and all product sales are backed by a 30-Day Money-Back Guarantee. Try the demo before your buy and see for yourself. The Password Server demo gives access for 2 users for up to 20 passwords, for an unlimited trial period.
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