RED Identity Management (RED IM) automatically discovers, strengthens, monitors and recovers the local, domain, and process account passwords in the enterprise. RED IM detects each location that privileged account credentials are used in administrative logins, services, tasks, applications and more. It then encrypts these credentials and stores them in a backend database – Microsoft SQL Server. RED IM creates unique, cryptographically complex passwords for each privileged account in the enterprise in one operation, from a single console. It then changes the passwords as often as your policies require and grants fast, audited access to authorized IT staff whenever they need to perform routine maintenance and emergency firecall repairs.
ERPM works very well in a clean environment. As long as your DNS is accurate it will do its job.
What do you dislike?
The big flaw is you cannot set rights at the management set level. It treats a Directory (Active Directory) like a single server. As a result you have to set granular rights on each account. Also account checkout times are universal. Also to do an patch the entire ERPM system has to be taken off line.
Recommendations to others considering the product
Make sure you understand the limitations of this software. As I stated earlier the support for an Enterprise Directory is poor at best.
What business problems are you solving with the product? What benefits have you realized?
Randomizing local passswords on servers and desktops. Checking out generic directory accounts.
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