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April 14, 2022

Release Updates

April 14, 2022: New Feature Release

Jim Jessup
April 14, 2022: New Feature Release

New Feature Release  

We're excited to release the version 2 of the Quickpass Password Manager. We've added a number of very useful features that we're requested by our valuable partners. This update also paves the way for new and exciting features that are very soon coming down the pipe. In particular, the ability to sync your IT Glue and Hudu passwords to Quickpass in case there is an outage with your documentation platform. So stay tuned for that!

Join us for a walk through of the new features

Major Release Webinar

Add any Password

Now you can add any password to Quickpass in addition to the passwords linked to accounts from Active Directory, Office 365 and Local Windows accounts that are managed in Quickpass.

Add any password

Add One-Time Passwords

Store one-time passwords / passcodes in any password entry. Easily copy the rotating OTP from the passwords menu or within the password entry.

OTP

Secure One time Password Sharing

Ever need to securely share a password with an external contractor or a customer with a secure one time link that expires after they view it or after a set amount of time? Now you can easily do this with any password entry in Quickpass.

Share Password

New Password Generation Interface

Take your pick. Generate very long complex passwords up to 99 characters or choose easy to read and highly secure passphrases within a password entry, in the account reset password function, for automated password rotations and within the ConnectWise Manage integration.

Generate Password

Easy copy of Username, Password and OTP

Quickly and easily copy the username, password and OTP for a password entry from the Passwords menu using these new action buttons.

Actions

Restrict Access to Passwords

You can now restrict passwords by security group so only technicians that should have access can see the passwords.

Select Security Group

Audit Password Access

See whose accessed which passwords and when.

Audit Password access

Retain Password Entries for Deleted Accounts

Now Quickpass will keep the password entries for Active Directory, Office 365 and Local Windows accounts that are deleted in Quickpass.

Retain Password Entries for Deleted accounts

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