Secure AES 256-bit automatic logon for desktops and servers

Safe AutoLogon™ gets your Windows desktops and servers logged in automatically securely.

Paired with Safe AutoLogon Password Server, automatic logons are synched with Active Directory for automatic logon and password management of 1 to 1,000,000 computers.

Windows 10
Windows 8.1 Compatible
Windows 7 Certified
Windows Server 2019 Compatible
Windows Server 2016 Certified
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Safe to logon, safe to store

Storing credentials on the local workstation can be a security risk if you use an alternate method of logging on, such as entering the domain, username, and password in clear text in the Registry. Sure, a few programs may save the credentials in the Windows LSA, but this is easily hacked with a simple Google search.

With 256-bit AES encrypted stored credentials for the logon informatino, you can rest easy knowing Safe AutoLogon™ will protect them from viruses, spyware, and even ethical hackers.

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What do you need to automatically logon?

Safe AutoLogon™ is in use worldwide in warehouses, hospitals, libraries, hotels, point of sale stations...basically anywhere you need automatic logons. Optionally, you can (a) regularly update the password for security, (b) remotely manage Safe AutoLogon™, and (c) bypass clear text Registry storing and easily-decrypted LSA.

Security Shield

256-bit AES Encryption

We encrypt user credentials, network data packets between the SAL client and SALPS server, and our application executables. Because Ransomware targets the Windows built-in auto login clear text passwords, Safe AutoLogon™ eliminates and protects your company from this backdoor method.

HIPAA compliant

Epic® and POS Stations

Need access to back-end systems but still need to login to Windows? Get total control using our SALPS server to store AD passwords. SALPS even has HIPAA compliance with automatic changes.



Whether it's a desktop Windows computer or a Windows Server, Safe AutoLogon™ quickly gets your users logged on without Help Desk calls or passwords stored on Post-It notes.

Better with Safe AutoLogon Password Server

Manually configuring Safe AutoLogon™ for a few dozen computers works just fine.

What if you're an enterprise with remote locations where each workstation needs touched to make changes in Safe AutoLogon™? Is manually touching all of them for changes a time waster? No problem, we've got you covered with our Safe AutoLogon Password Server (SALPS).

SALPS is the management solution for our Safe AutoLogon™ client software. It can remotely install the Safe AutoLogon™ software, store passwords for domain users entered into Safe AutoLogon™, and even change those passwords on a regular basis for HIPAA compliance, all while keeping synced with Active Directory.

Safe AutoLogon with SALPS
Microsoft Azure

Software for the Cloud

Safe AutoLogon™ is Azure Certified, and is featured in the Azure Marketplace.

It is also featured in the Microsoft AppSource, the marketplace for on-prem software that adds new capabilities and streamlines your business.


Rolling Restart® is licensed per operating system.
A minimum of one Rolling Restart console license and one Rolling Restart client license is required.
Example: If you have 50 VMs running XenApp, you will need 50 Rolling Restart client licenses and one Rolling Restart console license.
The Rolling Restart console needs to be installed on a Windows Server running 24x7.
A Rolling Restart client license is installed on each server operating system. The operating system can be a VM, with or without PVS or MCS, or it can even be a physical server.
Same as the operating system requirements.
Usage (console): 45MB RAM; 83MB drive space
Usage (client): 5MB RAM; 25MB drive space
Software (for the Rolling Restart Console only)
Microsoft SQL Server Compact 3.5 SP2 (both x86 and x64 platforms)
Microsoft SQL Server Compact 3.5 SP2 x64 (only x64 platform)
(these are automatically installed at installation)
Operating Systems
2003 / R2
2008 / R2
(client only)
2012 / R2

Citrix XenApp/XenDesktop
(5.0 through 7.18,
1803, 1811, 1903)
Citrix XenServer
(6.0 through 7.6)
VMware ESXi/
(5.0 through 6.7)
(2008 through 2019)