androidtopp asks: "My company, an IT and business consulting firm of around 150 people, is looking for a Password Vault/Manager/Database solution to manage the numerous passwords we've developed in the course of a major internal network and server upgrade. Our must haves are multiple privilege levels (I don't need to see network passwords, and the network guys don't need to see database passwords, and so on) and it would be nice if we could view when people last retrieved each password. Does anyone manage passwords in this fashion at their work/home? A lot of the free password managers are one user, full access, which is a little less secure than we need. How do other companies (small or large) manage the hundreds of server, network, database, and application passwords that must crop up?"
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