Access Manager Plus » Features
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    Central control

    Central control

    Establish central control on access pathways, and define how users connect to endpoints. Toggle between multiple remote sessions simultaneously, and manage them end-to-end from a single, unified console.

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    Solid authentication system

    Solid authentication system

    Permit users and third parties to automatically log in via various authentication services such as AD, LDAP, and Azure AD. Leverage two-factor authentication support to further fortify security.

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    Effective user management

    Effective user management

    Enhance user onboarding by automatically importing user groups from AD, LDAP, and Azure AD. Create custom user roles from scratch with fine-grain access scopes.

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    Access control workflow

    Access control workflow

    Establish a request-release mechanism that allows you to scrutinize access requests before approval. Grant users and contractors granular access to remote systems.

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    Help desk integration

    Help desk integration

    Reinforce access approval workflows for remote connections by incorporating ticket ID validation. Authorize users and third parties only upon ticket status verification.

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    Data center remote access

    Data center remote access

    Embrace simplified and direct connections to remote data centers, and automatically authenticate via jump box support for Windows and Linux platforms.

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    One-click remote sessions

    One-click remote sessions

    Enable users to launch tunneled RDP, SSH, SQL, and VNC connections to remote hosts via encrypted gateways. Leverage session-specific settings such as frame rate, desktop backgrounds, remote audio support, etc., for an enhanced remote connection experience.

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    RemoteApp support

    RemoteApp support

    Seamlessly integrate specific Windows-based remote applications into your local desktop. Allow users and third parties to locally access applications that are actually installed in the remote server.

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    Bi-directional remote file transfer

    Bi-directional remote file transfer

    Transfer files between a remote system and the local host or between two remote systems, as well as upload or download files on the remote device, using secure protocols like SCP and SFTP.

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    Privileged session management

    Privileged session recording

    Record every privileged user session and store them as video files in an AES-256 encrypted database for post session review, and to support forensic investigations.

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    Live monitoring and collaboration

    Live monitoring and collaboration

    Shadow user sessions and achieve dual control on remote access. Terminate anomalous sessions instantly, and revoke access to prevent misuse.

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    In-depth audit trails

    In-depth audit trails

    Capture every facet of a user session as context-rich logs, and instantly send SNMP traps and syslog messages to your SIEM tools to support compliance audits.