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*N-Able Passportal is a registered trademark of SolarWinds Worldwide, LLC
When assessing the two solutions, reviewers found Keeper Password Manager easier to use, set up and administer.
Source: G2 Password Manager Comparison: https://www.g2.com/compare/keeper-password-manager-vs-n-able-passportal
N-Able Passportal lacks many of Keeper’s core and advanced features, including: dark web monitoring, advanced provisioning (through SSO/IdP solutions, AD/LDAP, SCIM and APIs), automated password rotation and two-factor codes in records.* With Keeper, admins can also perform vault and administrative functions from within a command line environment on Mac, Windows and Linux.
Keeper SSO Connect® authenticates and provisions users into their Keeper Vaults using any SSO identity provider. Keeper offers a customer-hosted or fully cloud-based solution with zero-Knowledge encryption and advanced security protocols.
N-Able Passportal does not offer offline access, one-time password support, and has limited account recovery options*. All of these functions are supported in Keeper via SSO Connect® without limitations.
Keeper's node structure, in addition to teams and role-based permissions, allows enterprises to group, manage, and provision users at the business unit or department level. Nodes provide a method to organise your users, roles, teams and administrators into distinct groupings, similar to organisational units in Active Directory. The administrator can create nodes based on location, department, division or any other structure that makes sense for the organisation. Nodes can have completely independent sets of users, teams, role enforcement policies, administrators, and provisioning methods.
This additional organisational segmentation by node is not a capability that N-Able Passportal offers*.
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