Edge Browser Extension

Password Manager Pro(PMP) allows you to securely synchronize passwords across browsers through native browser extensions to make password management and auto-logon activities seamless.

The extension helps you to auto-fill passwords to websites and web applications, and also set up an Auto Logon gateway to launch RDP and SSH sessions. It allows you to view all the passwords, resource groups, favorites, and recently used resources and also enables you to search for resources.

The browser extensions, once deployed, allows you to directly perform most of the password management activities, with PMP running in the background.

Apart from the Edge browser extension, the other available extensions are:

This document explains you in detail about the Microsoft Edge browser extension. Below is a detailed explanation of the steps to install the extensions, their settings and how they can help you in managing privileged resources:

  1. Benefits
  2. Steps to Install the Extension
  3. Types of Operations Supported
  4. Settings

1. Benefits

The Microsoft Edge browser extension provides certain advantages such as:

  1. Automatic login to websites and applications from the browser without the need to access the PMP web interface.
  2. Exclusive icons for auto-logon and copy username/password to simplify operations.
  3. Resource Description icon () to display more information about a resource. Click the resource name to list all the associated accounts.
  4. Central Search bar to search for resources based on the criteria, such as resource name, DNS name, etc., specified at the time of resource creation.

2. Steps to Install the Extension

  1. Open Microsoft Edge browser and click Settings and more icon or press Alt+F.
  2. Click Extensions from the right pane that appears.

  3. Enable Allow Extensions from other stores and click Allow in the pop-up that appears.

  4. Go to the Chrome Web Store and search for PMP.
  5. Click Add to Chrome and click Add extension in the pop-up that appears.

  6. After installation, PMP icon will appear in the address bar of the browser. Click the icon and enter the Host where PMP is running and specify the connection Port.
  7. Enter your login credentials. The browser extension supports all types of login (Local/AD/LDAP/RADIUS) and authentication mechanisms as available in the web interface.

Now, the PMP extension is added to Microsoft Edge successfully.

3. Types of Operations Supported

You can automatically log in to websites and applications from the browser itself without even going to Password Manager Pro's GUI. Click on any resource shown in the ‘All Passwords’ tab to view the account names associated with that resource and again click on any one of the account to view the password. You will see icons for auto logon and copy username/password operations.You can view the account description by clicking again on the password.

3.1 View Passwords

You can view the list of all passwords by clicking on the "All Passwords" tab in the browser extension. Alternatively you can also view passwords specific to resource group by clicking on the tab "Resource Groups". Here, the browser extension will maintain the same tree structure of resource groups and accounts associated with those groups as shown in the PMP web interface. You can easily view the password of any account associated with that particular resource group from the "Resource Groups" tab.

3.2 Search All Resources

Search for resources directly from the search bar in the browser extension based on any criteria such as resource name, user name, DNS name, user account, resource type, resource description, department, location, domain name, all resources or additional custom fields.

3.3 Automatic Launch of RDP and SSH Sessions

Click the auto logon icon to launch a direct connection to websites or Windows/Linux resources.

  • For Linux resources, choose either SSH or Telnet.
  • For Windows resources, choose either Windows Remote Desktop or RDP Console Session.
  • For websites, the URL will open directly.

3.4 Username and Password Autofill on a Website or Application

To autofill credentials on a website/application, the credentials must already be stored in PMP. When you attempt to login to a website, click the PMP extension icon that appears beside the credentials field and choose an account. The corresponding username and password will be auto-filled after which you can manually hit enter and login to the website.

3.5 Favorites

This option provides quick access to the list of all your frequently used passwords that you marked as favorites in PMP. This helps you locate resources and corresponding passwords easily. To mark any password as a favorite in the All Passwords, click the star icon beside it.

3.6 Recently Used

Click the Recently Used tab in the browser extension to find the list of all recently accessed passwords.

3.7 Copy Username or Password

Click the Copy Username or Password options to copy the credentials to the clipboard for pasting them elsewhere as required.

3.8 File Download

You can download the digital files, certificates and documents stored under a FileStore resource type, directly from the extension.

3.9 Password Access Request/Release

If you have configured password access control workflow in your web interface, the same will be applied to the browser extension. The administrators can either approve or reject password requests from the browser extension menu. Once a password request is approved, you can perform password check-in and check-out operations also from the extension.

Note: The access control mechanism in the browser extension works intact as configured in the web-console.

4. Settings

4.1 Clear Clipboard

Specify a time period in seconds to choose how long the copied data should remain in the clipboard. Enter '0' as the value to never clear the clipboard.

4.2 Automatically Logout After

Specify a time period in minutes to choose how long the session should remain logged in. Enter '0' as the value to never logout of a session in the browser extension. The automatic logout time specified for the web interface and the extension are independent of each other. However, you can apply the same automatic logout time given for the web interface to the browser extension as well. Follow the below steps to do so:

  1. Go to PMP's web interface. Navigate to Admin >> Settings >> General Settings and click User Management from the left pane.
  2. Specify a value for automatic logout in the option Automatically log off users for X minutes and select the checkbox Enforce this as a maximum time limit also for users logged in through browser extension.

4.3 Prevent Browser from Prompting to Save Passwords

Select this option to prevent the browser from prompting to save passwords during any login. Once you select the option, click Allow in the pop-up that opens to confirm your permission to prevent the browser from prompting further.

4.4 Prevent Extension from Prompting to Add Accounts

Select this option to prevent the browser extension from prompting to save passwords during any login. However, if this option is unchecked, PMP will prompt to add your account when you try to login to a website. The account details will be saved as an enterprise account in PMP web interface.

4.5 Enable Autofill Submit

Select this option to enable the browser extension to auto-fill the credentials and submit them during login.

4.6 Automatically Log in to Extension When Logged in to Web Interface

Select this option to enable concurrent login to the browser extension when you are logged into the PMP web interface.

Note: If you have enabled the Ticketing System Integration/Reason for retrieving the passwords setting in your web console, the browser extension will also prompt you to enter the ticket-id/Reason for retrieval whenever you access the password.

 

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