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Any suggestions for best practices for this? It seems there is no built-in method to do this.  We also use SAML for authenitcation.  Ideally there would be a way where we could set a free view-only account that would be locked down that clients folder.  The account would simply be a local account, with 2FA Google Auth available.  Any ideas where to start?  Is this functionality on the roadmap?
 

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Hi Rob,

 

At the moment we have our Self Destruct Message feature for this, and your client does not require an account to access the encrypted message - but they do require access back to your site.

 

In version 8, we are planning on exactly what you've said above - allow clients to view their folder, and it not count towards one of your existing licenses. We are working on version 8 at the moment, but it will be quite a few months off yet.

Regards

Click Studios

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Hi Rob,

 

The Self Destruct message is not designed to work with any Authentication options, as the recipient of the messages does not need to have an account setup in Passwordstate. We would need to completely redesign this feature if we wanted to do this.

 

Longer term we are also considering a Cloud-Based version of this feature - maybe this could be something you can make use of as well. We haven't designed how this would work yet, or the security around it.

Regards

Click Studios

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Sorry Rob, I wasn't aware that's what you were referring to.

 

You would need to use our Allowed IP Ranges for this i.e. configure your trusted networks, and then for anything else, select a different authentication option. You can find this on the screen Administration -> Passwordstate Administration -> System Settings -> Allowed IP Ranges tab.

I hope this helps.

Regards

Click Studios

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