Lastpass link accounts

Lastpass link accounts

Lastpass – sharing accounts and passwords

If you are a current student, faculty, or staff member with a personal LastPass account linked to a personal email address, you are eligible for a free upgrade to the premium edition. Personal and business accounts can be connected, allowing you to access your personal account from the same location as your business account. The accounts are not combined, but they can be accessed in the same place. If you already have a paid-for Premium personal LastPass account, you will receive a free upgrade to Premium for another year.
You can connect your personal account to your business account using the LastPass browser extension. This does not combine the accounts; rather, it makes your personal vault accessible from your business vault. You can only see your personal account details if you login with your personal master password. You can see your business account information as well as another section containing your personal account information if you login with your enterprise master password. Visit the LastPass website for more detail on account linking.

Lastpass enterprise: user demo

You just need to recall your LastPass Master Password to keep all of your accounts safe with LastPass. By remembering your login details for you, LastPass makes it easier to access all of your different accounts. LastPass also has a smartphone app for added convenience and allows you to use browser extensions.
LastPass is simple to use thanks to browser extensions! You can get an extension for any web browser you use (Firefox, Chrome, Internet Explorer, and so on) that will allow you to automatically fill in login credentials stored in your LastPass vault and save new credentials to your vault.
Install the software on your smartphone (s). LastPass is compatible with Android, iOS, BlackBerry, and Windows Mobile smartphones and tablets. Learn how to use LastPass on your mobile device and get LastPass for your mobile platform.
We suggest using Multi-Factor Authentication to secure your LastPass account (MFA). While DUO is preferred, any Multi-Factor Authentication security is preferable to none. DUO and a slew of other MFA options integrate seamlessly with LastPass.

Lastpass 101: the sharing center

After LastPass revealed that its free tier will be restricted to a single device category — smartphone or computer — there has been a lot of interest in seeking alternatives among LastPass users. Fortunately, once you’ve found an alternative, moving your data from LastPass to another password manager is easy.
You can export your data from LastPass as a CSV or XML format. CSV is the much better option if you plan to transfer the data to another service. Since CSV stands for comma-separated values and is a plain text file, it’s best not to keep it until you’ve transferred your data to another password manager — or to keep it in a safe location where it can’t be easily read by anyone.
Before you begin, bear in mind that the easiest (and, in many cases, the only) way to export your data from LastPass is to use its browser extension on a desktop or laptop computer. (You can do it from LastPass’ website, but it’s more hassle than it’s worth, as I’ll explain.) If you haven’t already, go ahead and download the LastPass browser extension (links are at the bottom of the LastPass webpage).

Lastpass enterprise and personal

I’m searching for a way to use Duo 2FA to allow multiple users to access the same Lastpass account. I see the Teams and Enterprise options, but I’m not sure which one will get me what I want. What edition of Lastpass should I be looking at?
Premium accounts, on the other hand, are still targeted toward home consumers… Choose team or enterprise if you want to handle anything from a single location… You’ll have a central account where you can handle your users (disabling access when a user leaves is a reasonable usecase), as well as the shared folders… That is the path I will take…
Hi there, Travis.
Keeper Protection is also a good choice for password management. Each user will have their own vault, where they could share documents and folders with other users or teams. That way, each employee’s personal and mutual records are all stored in the same vault. We also work together with DUO. If you’d like to learn more or try a trial, please send me a message. Thank you, Joe (Green Guy for Keeper Security)

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