Password reset for remote users
Our password reset tool enables remote users to manage their passwords, without calling the helpdesk. The solution prevents hard to troubleshoot service desk calls by updating the local cached credentials, even when a Domain Controller cannot be reached, and the user is off VPN. When a user’s password expires, they can reset their password right from the Windows logon screen.Read More
While especially useful for remote users, this capability means any user who forgets their password or locks themselves out, can get back to work faster, and avoid a call to the service desk. Self-service options that support the remote use case mean happier users and less service desk costs for the IT department.
The Specops enterprise password reset software allows users to verify their identity using a wide range of identity providers, including third-party services like Duo Security, Google Authenticator, Microsoft Authenticator, Okta, PingID, Symantec VIP, and Yubikey. Multiple authentication options guarantee that users will complete the password-reset task, even if an identity provider is unavailable.Read More
The multi-factor identity verification process extends to the helpdesk. You can enforce user ID verification by blocking service desk staff from resetting passwords, and other sensitive actions, until they complete the end-user ID verification step.
Auto-enrollment and flexible enforcement
To help users get started with the self-service tool, Specops offers flexible enrollment options. Administrators can automatically enroll users to the password reset system, without requiring users to do anything. This can be achieved with any identity provider that has identifier information in Active Directory (for example: Mobile Code, Duo Security, Symantec VIP, Okta, PingID, and more).Read More
Administrators can also guide users to the enrollment process via notifications. Enrollment notifications can include emails, a balloon tip pop-up, or even an unclosable fullscreen browser when the user logs in to Windows. The tool also offers various reports to help you keep track of your enrollment progress.
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- Accessible from any web browser, the Windows logon screen, and the mobile app
- Updates the local cached credentials for remote users even off VPN
- Helpdesk interface for verifying users, unlocking user accounts, and setting temporary passwords
- User enrollment enforcement with unclosable fullscreen browser
- Auto-enrollment options with mobile code, Duo, Okta, Ping, Yubikey, and more
- Enrollment notifications via system tray, and email
- Statistics and audit reporting to view usage and track system events
- User interface available in multiple languages including English, French, German, and many more
- 20+ identity service providers including Duo, Manager verification, Microsoft Authenticator, Mobile Code, Okta, Ping, Yubikey, and more
- Customizable user interface, change the text, logo, and colors
- MFA-fatigue attack resistant factor options like Trusted Network Location, Microsoft Authenticator, Google Authenticator, and more
- Block/allow self-service password resets by geographical location (country), or specific IP addresses
- Block the use of over 3 billion compromised passwords in real-time at password reset/change
Simple to install and configure
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Gold Award on Techgenix.com!
Brien Posey, “It does exactly what it is supposed to do, without any needless complexity standing in the way of efficiency.”Full Review
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Timothy Warner, “…you’ll find uReset works exactly as advertised and is user-friendly enough to be comfortable for the most stubborn employee you support.”Full Review
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