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Password Managing Solution?
From: phoenix <phoenix211 () gmail com>
Date: Mon, 17 Dec 2007 15:05:52 +0100

Hello list members,

does anyone know a good password management solution that can
distinguish between different user groups/levels? I do not need a
bloated all-in-one-wonder-software with single-sign-on or rsa-token
capabilities, just something like "keepass", but with the ability to
set permission levels on password entries and users. One encrypted
password-file/database with authentication via key file and
user/password, and then (depending on the username), you should be
able to view/change only the passwords you are allowed to see... I'm
aware of the fact that you can arrange that with keepass and different
password databases, but if you have >20 users and more than 10
different password groups, that setup can get quite unmanageable.
The software should be usable in an enterprise environment (no
share-/freeware), so either from a well known vendor or high-standard
open-source (like keepass).


Phoe Nix

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