Looking for an Enterprise Level Password Management Solution

I am looking for a reliable and secure password management solution for the employees in my organization. There are over a hundred users, many of whom have 20 passwords or more to remember. Is there anything cient/server based that can store user passwords, allow them to easily change expired passwords, autofill username and password fields, and works with Windows as well as web based applications? There seems to be a lot of freeware and cheap looking stuff out there. But I am more interested in a more robust, enterprise level solution that provides auditing/reporting features, support, is bandwidth friendly, etc. I hoping there are people out there who can point me in the right direction.
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For individual use, Keepass (open source) or Roboform do quite a good job, but for an enterprise solution, you need a Single Sign-on product. There are loads and I wouldn't presume to tell you which is best for your evironment as I don't know your environment. Best suggestion at theis stage is for you to google single sign-on and come back with other questions after.

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Thycotic has a client/server model (with auditing!).  Allows Active Directory interaction if desired.  Also an iPhone app, which isn't as robust as the normal web-based app, but it's still being tweaked.


I haven't deployed it in production, but have been through the specs and demos.  Unfortunately, staffing cutbacks mean that I'm the last one holding all the keys.

There is a 30-day trial version.
rsturtevantAuthor Commented:
Thanks, I am still doing a lot of research, but both of your suggestions pointed me in the right direction. Your help is appreciated.
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