Logon to Windows 8.1, Windows 8, Windows 7, Vista, or Windows XP on enterprise, small business, or home computers automatically, with credentials 256-bit AES encrypted and either centrally stored (Safe AutoLogon Password Server) or locally stored. Safe AutoLogon is currently in use worldwide by hospitals, classrooms, kiosks, and common workstations for secure logons and HIPAA password compliance. All logon credentials are both stored and sent across the network with 256-bit AES encryption. Clients can be centrally managed with Safe AutoLogon Password Server and synchronize with Active Directory.Centrally manage Safe AutoLogon clients and users. Do everything from install/uninstall, reboot, change settings, and set passwords. Redundancy is built-in for enterprise environments. Shows managed users' password age so you can keep them changed to comply with HIPAA and your company's internal password policies. Safe AutoLogon Password Server runs on Windows Server 2003, 2008, 2008 R2, and 2012.
Uses strong US government-level encryption methods
Centrally manage all clients
Remotely install/uninstall software
Uses an encrypted network database for password storage
Synchronizes with Active Directory
How it helps
Passwords are managed for automatic logon computers
Enforces company password policies as required
Administrators don't have to touch or
edit the Registry or files on clients
HIPAA rules with a single-signon environment
Eliminates giving users passwords to the operating system
when all they need is to sign on to internal company
software (EMR, Billing, Warehousing, etc)
Instead of typing in plain text username, domain, and passwords into the Windows Registry, or using TweakUI, or using another login program that claims to put login credentials in a "safe" place, Safe AutoLogon actually does just that. With 256-bit AES encryption, your login information is protected.
Combined with our Safe AutoLogon Password Server, the Safe AutoLogon clients can receive timely password updates without manually touching each workstation. This management console allows password updates on the clients before the automatic logon takes place. This approach eliminates the time-consuming manual client update process and also eliminates login problems from computers that did not get manually updated.
Since this software effectively bypasses the Ctrl-Alt-Del prompt, it is not recommended for logging on users that have access to confidential and/or private network resources.