Nervepoint Access Manager is a self service password reset and account unlock virtual appliance for Active Directory.
|Tags||password recovery self service portal|
|Licenses||Proprietary Free To Use But Restricted|
|Operating Systems||Ubuntu Linux|
|Implementation||Java Wicket MySQL|
Release Notes: This release introduces a new Self Service Q&A configuration page that enables business administrators to fully manage their organizations' Password Self Service Questions and Answers policy from creating additional questions specific to their organization to wiping answers from business user accounts for any number of questions. It includes a number of bugfixes identified in the past release cycle.
Release Notes: This release has continued improvements on the update mechanism; for those familiar with the current process, this release will be a breath of fresh air. It has done away with having to use the VM interface and moved the entire update process to the administration console. From getting notifications of update availability to actually performing the update and restarting the service, it's all taken care of through the administration console.
Release Notes: This release includes bug fixes and design changes to support larger ADs. You can now send reminders to anyone who hasnít registered from the dashboard. The Password Self Service Q&A Reminder Chart has been refined to show how many users can and cannot use the system. Fixed IP is now supported. An update service was added to notify the administrator of new updates from within the administration dashboard. A Norwegian translation was included.