Deploying Keeper to End-Users
Methods for deploying the Keeper app to end-user devices.


This section describes the methods of deploying Keeper to end-users.

End-User Videos

A series of Keeper 101 videos are available to help train your end-users. Below is the Enterprise End-User guide:


Keeper works on every smartphone, tablet and computer. Keeper supports popular browsers including Chrome, Safari, Firefox, Edge, Opera and IE. Native app installation is available from the Keeper website and every public-facing app store (iTunes, Google Play, Microsoft Store, etc).
OS Version Supported
7 / 8 / 10+
Mac OS
Current Version - 2
Fedora, Red Hat, CentOS, Debian, Ubuntu, Mint
Chrome OS
Current Version - 2
Internet Explorer
Current Version - 2
Current Version - 2
Current Version - 2
Current Version - 2
The latest Keeper downloads can be found at

Keeper Web Vault

Most business and enterprise customers utilize the Keeper Web Vault, which is a fully featured web-based application. To access the Keeper Web Vault login, visit:

Desktop Application

See the subsection Desktop Application.

Browser Extension (Keeper Fill)

See the subsection Browser Extension (Keeper Fill).

Mobile App Deployment

Keeper for mobile and tablet devices can be deployed through the public-facing app stores. MDM solutions can also push these applications to end-user devices without any special requirements. When the users register or sign into an account, Enterprise enforcement policies are automatically applied.

SSO Deployments

Keeper supports authentication, provisioning and deployment through your existing SAML 2.0 identity provider such as Azure AD, Okta, G Suite, JumpCloud, Ping and many others. See the SSO Connect Cloud setup guide for deployment instructions.

IE11 - Trusted Sites Policy

Customers who login to Keeper with SSO, or customers who are on corporate networks that deploy group policies for Internet Explorer, ensure that the following entries exist in your Trusted Sites settings under Tools > Internet Options > Security.
US / Global Customers (USA East/West): *
EU Data Center Customers (Ireland, London, Frankfurt): * AU Data Center Customers (Sydney): * GovCloud Data Center (US): *
Enterprise customers must push group policies to end-users with these Trusted Sites in order to fully function with SSO and other critical features.