For the most successful rollout of Keeper Enterprise, we recommend following the steps below:
Create your Keeper Admin account and login to the Keeper Admin Console by following the instructions sent via email from the trial registration form.
Managed Service Provider (MSP) customers should sign up for the Keeper MSP product trial. Keeper MSP is a specialized version of the Keeper Enterprise product.
To jump to the Keeper MSP guide, click here.
Schedule a demo/training session with our Business Support team by contacting your sales representative or emailing [email protected].
Setup and configure your provisioning and authentication methods as described in the User and Team Provisioning section of this document. You can choose from many different provisioning methods such as:
Manual provisioning through the Keeper Admin Console
Active Directory provisioning with the Keeper Bridge service
Single Sign-On (SAML 2.0) with Just-In-Time (JIT) provisioning
SCIM automated provisioning
Keeper Commander API / SDK provisioning
Contact us if you require assistance in configuring your environment.
Inform your users, stakeholders, DevOps and IT Admin teams that you have partnered with Keeper Security, the leading cybersecurity platform for preventing password-related data breaches and cyberthreats to implement a simple, employee-friendly password management application.
Deploy Browser Extensions and/or Desktop application as desired to users via push mechanism. https://docs.keeper.io/enterprise-guide/deploying-keeper-to-end-users
Users can also simply utilize the Web Vault and Browser Extensions.
Upon first login, the user is prompted to import passwords, and walk through setup steps, 2FA, etc.
Users are invited to join a training session via Google Meet or the customer's meeting platform. This training invite can be contained within the email invitation body content, or sent separately by the Admin to their users.
The Keeper Admin monitors the usage of users via reporting tools and/or Keeper Commander reporting capabilities.
We recommend that the Keeper Admin notifies users regarding the timeline in which built-in password manager saving will be disabled by GPO.
After the specified amount of time, the Keeper Admin disables legacy built-in browser password managers, thus requiring and enforcing the use of Keeper on the browser.