Keeper Connection Manager | Keeper Security

Secure your infrastructure with a zero-trust remote access solution

Keeper Connection Manager provides DevOps and IT teams with instant access to RDP, SSH, database and Kubernetes endpoints through a web browser.

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Built by the creators of the Apache Guacamole platform.

The VPN is dead. Securely manage your remote desktop connections from anywhere – no VPN required.

Keeper Connection Manager is an agentless remote desktop gateway that can be installed in any on-prem or cloud environment.


Lightning Fast and Responsive

Simple Access Controls

Keeper Connection Manager's Core Features

Keeper Connection Manager's Core Features

  • RDP, SSH, K8s and VNC Desktop Protocols
  • MySQL, PostgreSQL, SQL Server database connections
  • Session Recording
  • Multi-User Session Sharing
  • Role-Based Access Controls
  • Two-Factor Authentication
  • Active Directory, SSO and LDAP Integration
  • Custom Branding

Easy to Implement

No special client to install, no plugins and absolutely no concurrency limits.


Setup Keeper Connection Manager on your network, whether on-premise or in the cloud.


Easily connect to a machine from anywhere using your web browser.


Designed to be integrated with many third-party systems and protocols.

Why leading organizations choose Keeper Connection Manager

Nothing to Install

Accessing a machine is as simple as going to a website and logging in. No special plugins or client software to install.

Rapid Deployment

Flexible installation options using Docker on any on-prem, private cloud or public cloud environment. Seamless authentication with SSO, Active Directory, LDAP.

Works on Mobile

Supports iOS and Android web browsers on mobile and tablet devices with all capabilities including RDP, Database and SSH sessions.

User Friendly

Simple, fast and intuitive user interface that is compatible with all web browsers.

Network Isolation

Keeper Connection Manager can be deployed to air-gapped environments to support the most strict network security requirements.

Responsive Support

Business customers receive dedicated training and 24/7 support.

Trusted by millions of people

Keeper Connection Manager was built by the creators of Apache Guacamole, which has more than 10 million users.

Trusted by millions of people

Frequently Asked Questions

How do I install Keeper Connection Manager?

Keeper Connection Manager can be installed on any Windows, Linux or Cloud environment that runs Docker containers. Instructions can be found here.

What protocols are supported?

VNC, RDP, SSH, Telnet, Kubernetes, MySQL, PostgreSQL, Microsoft SQL Server.

Is multi-factor authentication available?

Yes, Keeper Connection Manager supports Duo or TOTP for MFA. If you are using an SSO such as Azure or Okta, multi-factor authentication can be activated on the identity provider.

Do users need to install anything on their client machines?

No, all that is required for users is a web browser and an internet connection. Keeper Connection Manager is a solution that is clientless and agentless.

Do users have access to my entire network when they authenticate?

No. KCM utilizes the Principle of Least Privilege. Users will only have access to connections that have been explicitly granted to them by the administrator.

Is there a way to avoid hard-coding the connection credentials inside Keeper Connection Manager?

Yes. Keeper Connection Manager integrates directly with Keeper Secrets Manager, allowing administrators to configure connections on the server and store the credentials in Keeper’s encrypted Vault.

How do I migrate from Apache Guacamole to Keeper Connection Manager?

Keeper Connection Manager’s packages use the same configuration files and database schema as upstream, so you can simply replace your deployment by transferring over the same data and copying your configuration. Additionally, if Keeper Connection Manager was installed using the RPMs, previously existing Keeper Connection Manager packages for any extensions will also need to be installed.

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