LastPass in Enterprise?



  • Anyone out there use Last Pass enterprise edition? Thoughts? good/bad/ugly
    I am soliciting opinions on this so that I can give advice to one of our clients.


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    Using KeePass but not LastPass.



  • I use Lastpass personal edition and love it! Totally worth $12/year to have on my droid phone.


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    @Dashrender said:

    I use Lastpass personal edition and love it! Totally worth $12/year to have on my droid phone.

    I am in this boat. I use LastPass personally and have had their premium subscription for over 4 years. I love it.



  • As far as I know, the Enterprise edition operates exactly the same as the personal edition but with the added benefit of centralized management and AD/LDAP integration. I use the personal edition at home and couldn't live without it now.



  • LastPass Enterprise is wonderful. You have a master account for the company that can manage other LastPass users (invite, delete, force reset of master password, etc.). But even better than that, the Enterprise Edition allows sharing of passwords in your vault with other LastPass users at your company.

    So, as a LastPass user at Company X, suppose I am in the finance department. I can create a shared folder in my LastPass vault that I share with 2 different people - the CFO and the person in Accounts Payable. I create the shared folder and add each person (selecting from the corporate LastPass user pool) to which I want to give access, selecting whether they get read-only or read / write access to anything in the shared folder. I can give the CFO full read / write access but give the person in Accounts Payable read-only access. It's great for sharing passwords across teams. That is the major value I see in it.

    You can do two-factor authentication with Yubi-key, etc., but I have not done it.

    It's kind of funny because I use this at work but do not use the personal edition at home. And I'm not sure why, now that I think of it. You can actually link your personal account to your Enterprise account in the event you wanted to do it as a way to separate work from personal but have them all in one spot. I've not done it but know you can.



  • @NetworkNerd said: You can actually link your personal account to your Enterprise account in the event you wanted to do it as a way to separate work from personal but have them all in one spot. I've not done it but know you can.

    This is good to know.


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