About Xton Access Manager


Xton Access Manager is an identity management solution that caters to businesses across various industries. Key features include access request management, role management, compliance management, single sign-on and user provisioning and activity monitoring.

Xton Access Manager’s Privileged Account Management functionality helps users share, grant or revoke access to colleagues. Users can also configure and implement approval workflows to their privileged records and embed auditing routines for access and usage events.

The Privileged Session Management module of the solution enables users to create browser-based access to remote desktop or shell terminals, record video sessions for playback and join live sessions to keep track of user activity.

Additionally, Xton also offers users a Privileged Job Management module that allows users to automate their tasks such as password resets and network discoveries. Support to users is offered via FAQs, product videos and phone.



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Supported Operating System(s):

Web browser (OS agnostic), Windows 10

1 Reviews of Xton Access Manager

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March 2018

Dan from Dewberry

Review Source: Capterra


Ease-of-use

4.0

Value for money

5.0

Customer support

5.0

Functionality

4.0

March 2018

XTAM is an Excellent Product with an Excellent Customer Service staff.

Pros

The product is unique in providing privileged access in a very simple interface. The ability to easily grant access and remove access without the users ever having to know the actual privileged credentials that are in use. The product provides the ability to manage credentials and automatically reset credentials. It provides the ability to run scripts with elevated privileges, unknown to the user. But most of all, the customer support has been excellent.

Cons

The interface is a little hard to navigate regarding records management. It works and is simple to understand, but I think it could use some work to make it more easily accessible. A management portal/interface that shows some of the behind the scenes configuration might be helpful also. Windows shops are more used to this type of access as opposed to configuration files.