Application Access Control


Enterprise Random Password Manager (ERPM™ gives authorized staff a delegated interface to launch corporate applications – whether hosed on premises or in the cloud - with a single click.

Users log into ERPM and see authorized application icons inside the ERPM Web application; click their choice of icon; are automatically provided credentials without ever seeing the password; securely logon to the application or website without further interaction; and have full session recording, if configured.

Authorized administrators can easily configure, customize and expand on-premises, cloud, and third-party Web apps (such as, Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn, and many others) for secure, delegated access.

ERPM privileged access management offers:
  • Easy scalability – manages the largest environments without the need to buy add-on appliances
  • Unlimited applications – makes it easy for authorized admins to configure new applications – whether on-premises or in the cloud – without any vendor lock-in
  • Open standards – with transparent documentation and easy extensibility
  • Choice of configuration – enable users to launch on local machines or a secure bastion host / jump server

Configurable Application Launcher

Privileged Access Management

Users Login to ERPM and See Corporate Applications They're Authorized to Access (Click to Enlarge)

The application launcher leverages Microsoft’s RemoteApp technology, allowing you to publish applications on Terminal Server. With the support of RemoteApp in the Microsoft Azure cloud environment, customers can securely transition their privilege access management workloads to the cloud.

For bastion hosts, ERPM provides built-in support for PuTTY, MindTerm, and virtually any SSH client that runs on Windows. ERPM can provide SSH clients with username/password, SSH user keys, and passphrases – and also supports SSH tunneling and SSH gateways out-of-the-box.

ERPM also makes it easy to configure secure Terminal Server Client bastion hosts with session recording. There's built-in support for NLA (Network Level Authentication) as well as local, automated direct MSTSC client logon.

Open Standards

The ERPM privileged access management solution uniquely provides integration source code and full documentation so you can transition your applications to Terminal Server with user credentials automatically provided. Now you can leverage the full range of VDI, virtualization, server farms, and other flexible technologies in your environment.

With ERPM you'll avoid the wait for technical support and expensive professional services engagements when it's time to expand your application lists. Best of all, the technology is non-proprietary, scalable, fully documented, and able to help you take control of your deployment, in less time.

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