Passsword Management Special Cases and Advanced Topics
- Locking Down a Password Manager Server:
It is important to protect both the Password Manager server and the data it stores. This document describes how.
- Password Management for Mobile Users:
Managing passwords for mobile users is more challenging than managing passwords to network-attached users. Challenges include managing local passwords on thousands of workstations, coping with cached credentials and supporting mobile users who forgot their initial workstation sign-on password.
- Password Management for ISP Subscribers:
As ISPs scale to hundreds of thousands and millions of end customers, the cost to support repetitive problems such as password resets rises to significant levels, reaching millions of dollars annually. This document describes password management specifically for ISPs.
- Password Manager Security Analysis:
Password Manager impacts authentication processes and standards. This document describes this impact, and how to ensure that it is a positive change. Password Manager is also a sensitive part of an organizations I.T. infrastructure, and consequently must be defended by strong security measures. The technology used by Password Manager to protect against intrusions, as well as best practices to deploy that technology, are described here.
- Migrating Application Users and Passwords with Password Manager:
Describes how Password Manager can be used to ease migrations from one system or directory to another.
- Password Manager Telephony Integration:
Outlines how Password Manager can be integrated with an interactive voice response (IVR) system, to enable self-service password reset from a telephone, self-service token management from a telephone and active enrollment of biometric voice print samples.
- Managing Lotus Notes ID File Passwords Using Password Manager:
Managing Lotus Notes ID file passwords presents some unique and complex challenges. This document provides an overview of these challenges, and the various ways in which they can be addressed using Password Manager.