Quest One Privileged Command Manager - Features

Simple Command Creation – Simply add the Windows or Unix/Linux commands that you would like to allow a user access to, including simple commands, scripts or program executables using an intuitive interface.

Superuser Access Control – Easily associate newly created commands with the system or account from which they will be executed. When a user’s session request is approved, the session will be limited to the specific execution environment dictated by the command. In this way, you can control which task or program environment administrators have access to, on a session-by-session basis, for both Windows and Unix/Linux hosts. Privileged Command Manager dynamically establishes command-specific sessions to back-end hosts and automatically logs users out when the session is terminated.

Auto Login – Configure for either interactive or automatic login (when combined with Privileged Session Manager. Auto login enhances security and compliance by never exposing the account credential to the user. This capability can be further enhanced by implementing Privileged Password Manager to the same appliance.

Session Proxy – Provide a full-session proxy to protect systems, working through Privileged Session Manager.

Full-session Audit, Recording & Replay – Record all session activity—every action that takes place on the screen including mouse movements and clicks as well as typed characters—and make available for viewing with DVR-like controls for forensics or compliance purposes by combining with Privileged Session Manager.

Secure Appliance – Provide secure, hardened, enterprise-ready command control across Windows and Unix/Linux hosts.