Xton Access Manager Product Update 2.3.202005172240
Today we released new update to the Xton Privileged Access Manager software. This update adds WEB GUI for MFA configuration, folder-based and composite proximity groups and search and export options to My Requests report.
Added WEB GUI for MFA configuration
The update adds WEB GUI for MFA configuration using Administration / Settings / MFA screen to simplify integration with MFA providers and providing easy switch between multiple configured MFA vendors. The GUI allows system administrators to integrate XTAM with various MFA providers using GUI interface instead of editing system properties file. WEB GUI configuration also allows system administrators to enable one of the configured MFA provider to serve all system users, disable MFA globally for all users or to enable selective configuration to assign different MFA provider or no provider at all to different groups configured using Administration / MFA form.
Added folder-based and composite proximity groups
New update adds folder-based proximity groups to configure session routing to remote isolated networks based on the folder where records are located. The option enables master-MSP hosting option serving multiple partners with distributed client base using central XTAM server farm.
The update also adds composite proximity groups to configure session routing to remote isolated networks based on complex composite criteria combining vault, IP-range and host mask selection. The option allows fine tuning session traffic routing configuration for hosted MSPs.
Added search and export option to My Requests list
Added pagination, search, filter, sort, export and column customization options to Management / My Workflows / My Requests report. The options allow approvers to quickly ascertain whether a specific user has current requests for various environments or checked out secrets.
Please review key features documentation and product news using the links below
- Protecting PII and Personal Data During a Pandemic
- Your May 2020 XTON Access Manager Newsletter!
- XTAM REST API Documentation
- XTAM Password Vault Free Trial Download
- Xton Access Manager User Manual
- Getting Started Guide
- Xton Technologies News and Events
- Xton Access Manager How-To Guides
- Explore Our PAM Features and Highlights
- Explore a pre-configured live demo in our environment
- Best Practices Guide provides insights into both Concepts and Design elements for users looking to build out their PAM deployment
The software requires about five minutes to install on a freshly built Windows or Linux server or desktop with 2+ Gb RAM and no pre-requisites. After installation, please follow our Getting Started Guide for step-by-step introduction to the application.
Read the product documentation including Windows and Linux installation instructions as well as Getting Started Guide: https://www.xtontech.com/resources/documentation/
Follow this link for the instructions how to update the existing setup: https://www.xtontech.com/resources/faq/updating-xton-access-manager-version/
Check the software pricing, including options and licensing FAQ: https://www.xtontech.com/store/
We appreciate your feedback and comments about Xton Access Manager and also about handling privileged accounts, passwords, keys and certificates as well as sessions to remote computers in general.
Thank you for your interest in our product.
Xton Technologies team
Xton Access Manager for Privileged Access Management (PAM) provides complete, control for your privileged passwords, secrets, certificates and documents to meet audit requirements while limiting your risk of security breaches. It’s easy to install, affordable, cloud-ready and offers unlimited use and storage
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