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I am looking for some recommendations on a multi-user featured program capable of centrally storing usernames, passwords and related resources.
I've used KeePass personally, but do not think it has a feature to control access to certain folders of passwords and sensitive information.
AES Password Manager appears to have this feature, but costs (though it's pretty cheap).
Has anyone used AES Password Manager?
has anyone a recommended alternative to KeePass or AES Password Manager's solution?
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We use password safe (http://www.passwordsafe.de/en/home.html) which is multi-user, AD-integrated.
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