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Password Database

Discussion in 'The Lounge - Off Topic' started by Kopite_21, Nov 19, 2015.

  1. Kopite_21

    Kopite_21 Gigabyte Poster Premium Member

    Hi guys,

    I wonder if you can help me with with this one. I work as an Operations Technician in a medium sized IT company in the Channel Isles and we look after a number of clients and provide Managed Services for them along with other IT related issues.

    We have a password database with all the clients usernames & passwords for each of their individual servers for when we need to log onto them to do any maintenance, patching or ad-hoc issues.

    This password database is now starting to get all messy with all usernames and passwords that are no longer used along with clients that we don't provide IT support for anymore.

    My question is I want to re-do the password database and get rid off all the usernames that are no longer in use and all other stuff so it looks professional and clutter free and I was wondering is there any apps that I could use or maybe build a secure internal Website so that our Service Desk, 2nd and 3rd line Engineers can access?

    Thank in advance.
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  2. Apexes

    Apexes Gigabyte Poster

    I use this - always been perfect for this sort of stuff, unsure if it'd fit into your environment but worth a look http://keepass.info/
    Certifications: 70-243 MCTS: ConfigMgr 2012 | MCSE: Private Cloud
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  3. Ce127

    Ce127 Nibble Poster

    +1 vote for KeePass
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  4. GSteer

    GSteer Megabyte Poster

    +1 for KeePass if you don't already have a CRM/PSA, or similar, system in place that can handle encrypting passwords.
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  5. Sparky
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    Sparky Zettabyte Poster Moderator

    Just tell them to remember the passwords... :)
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  6. Kopite_21

    Kopite_21 Gigabyte Poster Premium Member


    I think i'm going to look into Keypass.

    Thank you.
    Certifications: National Diploma IT Advanced ECDL
    WIP: A+

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