Since we released the PxM Express license for our PxM product we’ve decided to make a series of quick tutorials to get you up and running in the fastest time possible. The playlist is available to watch now, subscribe to our YouTube channel and click the bell icon to be notified when new videos are added.
As a quick recap, the PxM Express license covers all the functionality of our PxM product line but is limited to 10 devices. This means you get access to:
This is the PAM part of the product that separates users from privileged account credentials
This allows for predefined parameterised tasks to be run against devices, which examples such as domain password reset, service restarts and checking for hotfixes etc.
This allows for session recording of actions taken by say, third parties on your systems, or recording any system/device/application that is critical
This creates graphs, reports and alerts of who is doing what where and when on your systems. It has user engagement and task reporting so that you can clearly see efficiency savings
In the first episode David gives a quick introduction as to why we’ve chosen to do the free license, and then Tom takes us through a full installation on VMware (although the process is similar for HyperV, Azure and AWS).
You’ll see the importance of the master encryption key, how to load the license and where to get the latest template bundle with all the devices and tasks that we support.
The whole episode list looks something like this, check back for new episodes as they get published:
If you’ve not considered using PAM Express, hopefully that list will whet your appetite! You can start your Express journey here PAM Express