I have come across an interesting problem when using custom batch file launchers: if any of the command line arguments, such as a password, contains any of these characters: | < > ” & then they don’t get passed into the batch file correctlyRead More
Secret Server – Custom reports (and the annoying ‘SQL that was entered is not valid for reporting’ error)
Secret Server is a brilliant Privileged Access Management (PAM) product. I have being doing some work recently on its custom reports – it’s great that you have the flexibility to create your own custom reports without needing to resort to Professional Services, so IRead More
Setting up integration between Secret Server and IBM Security Identity Intelligence and Intelligence
I did some work recently setting up integration between IBM Security Secret Server and IBM Security Identity Intelligence and Intelligence (ISIGI) using the Adapter. This enables ISIGI to manage user accounts within Secret Server. In the process I made a few discoveries!
At theRead More
As I wrote back in May, I’m delighted that IBM Security is OEMing Thycotic’s Privileged Identity Management Technology. IBM Security Secret Server is a brilliant product, and I’m still getting my head around it. One little ‘gotcha’ I discovered: I had all the software installed, or soRead More
I’m delighted that IBM Security is to OEM Thycotic’s Privileged Identity Management Technology. As part of this agreement, IBM Security will now offer a new privileged access management solution, IBM Security Secret Server, powered by Thycotic’s technology.
There’s more information about this at https://thycotic.com/company/blog/2018/05/15/thycotic-announces-ibm-security-oem-privileged-identity-management-technology/ and https://www.ibm.com/us-en/marketplace/secret-server