You can deploy Passwordstate in your unit under a U-M license that covers use by U-M faculty, staff, and students on all U-M campuses. Passwordstate allows teams of people to access and share sensitive password resources and is typically used for managing elevated and administrative passwords, as well as passwords for smaller proprietary systems, such as research databases.
Implementation requires, at a minimum, a Microsoft SQL server, a server running Internet Information Services (IIS), and ongoing administration of those servers. Use of U-M’s Passwordstate license is therefore intended for unit implementations; it is not available to individuals other than through their units.
U-M Passwordstate licensing details are in a U-M Box folder. For links to the Box folder and to support materials provided by the vendor, see Passwordstate Use at U-M.
Attention Michigan Medicine Units: Health Information Technology & Services (HITS) asks that Michigan Medicine units not implement Passwordstate. Please contact HITS for information about appropriate password management for Michigan Medicine units.