Devolutions Password Server

4 / 5 1 review

Who Uses This Software?

Devolutions Password Server is intended for small team to Fortune 500 companies to centralize and manage passwords in one place. DPS is the perfect password solution for IT teams and business users.

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  • Deployment
    Cloud, SaaS, Web
    Installed - Windows
  • Training
    Live Online
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Vendor Details

  • Devolutions
  • Founded 2004
  • Canada

About Devolutions Password Server

Devolutions Password Server (DPS) lets you control privileged accounts and manage sessions through a secure solution that can be deployed on-premises. When used in combination with Remote Desktop Manager, DPS becomes the single pane of glass of any IT department, integrating passwords and credentials vaulting with a robust and efficient remote connections management solution. While using the same backend, the DPS web interface offers your end-users a simplified password management solution.

Devolutions Password Server Features

  • Credential Management
  • Multifactor Authentication
  • Password Generator
  • Password Reset
  • Password Synchronization
  • Single Sign On
  • User Management

Devolutions Password Server Reviews Recently Reviewed!


Password server takes what is great about RDM for a single user and expands it to an entire team (s)

Jul 24, 2018
4 / 5
Ease of Use
5 / 5
Features & Functionality
4 / 5
Customer Support
5 / 5
Value for Money
Likelihood to Recommend: 9.0/10 Not

Pros: RDM is incredibly useful for managing multiple type of connections (RDP, VPN, SSH, etc) and the credentials required to use them. Password server provided a central repository for all of this information that is auditable with granular controls for access, edits, and similar. Need to give one user access to a single tree of credentials and connections you can. Need to recover something that some changed incorrectly back to prior value, you can. Need to recover something someone deleted but should not have, you can. Password Server makes the RDM client a powerhouse for a team or organization by holding all the keys securely and using best practices for Privileged Access Management.

Cons: Frequent switching between VPN connections cause the server to be "offline" from client perspective and can freeze the client while it finds the path back to the server. You can proactively toggle to offline (if allowed by system admin) and then when done toggle back on and avoid the issue but remembering to do so is the problem.

Overall: As a distributed consulting (ERP ISV) practice we have multiple people who need access to privileged information about systems, passwords, and connections. Having a central (on-line and if allowed offline) secure repository that can be accessed from any platform allows consultants to know where to go to get information to help drive successful results more quickly and effectively which make us more valuable to our clients. It provides a professional touch that many firms of our size do not have and is a differentiator in the market.