Get user back logged back in quicker by resetting passwords securely from anywhere.
Start benefiting from fewer password tickets quicker with a SaaS instance without having to install anything.
Empower users by giving them the tools they need to be self-sufficient.
Too often, password and account management is a burden placed on already overworked IT help desks, resulting in long wait times for end-users who need to reset their password or unlock their account. LogonBox SSPR SaaS enables end-users to reset their password, unlock their account and manage passwords across Active Directory and cloud directories 24/7 without helpdesk assistance. By empowering end-users to manage their identities, you can free up valuable time and resources for your IT staff.
In today’s digital age, protecting your business and users is more important than ever before. That’s why LogonBox Self Service Password Reset SaaS edition is the perfect solution for secure password reset. It supports a complete list of MFA authentication methods, including Duo, Yubikey and Microsoft Authenticator. Plus, it comes with its own 2FA app called LogonBox Authenticator, so you don’t need to buy a separate third-party authenticator. LogonBox SSPR SaaS protects your business and user data with the best security measures possible.
LogonBox SSPR SaaS is the cloud-hosted solution for password self-service reset that gets you productive quicker with no installation and maintenance worries. It eliminates password tickets faster than on-premises solutions, making it the ideal solution for busy IT help desks. LogonBox SSPR SaaS is easy to set up and use, and comes with customer support. Get started today and see how LogonBox SSPR SaaS can help your business eliminate password ticket problems.
Enable users to self-reset passwords without service desk intervention across multiple systems all from a single account.
Empower users to unlock their accounts without any helpdesk involvement from a single interface.
All passwords are verified against well-known password breach databases to ensure users cannot use compromised passwords.
Integrate password self-service options into Windows and Mac to enable users to password reset from the desktop login prompt.
Increase security with multi-factor and multi-step authentication before users reset or manage passwords.
Notify users before their password expire and notify users to enroll in the system as a single email reminder or on a schedule.