When passwords expire or are about to expire, Securden can automatically change the passwords (for the accounts which support remote password reset). You can define how the password rotation has to take place - how many days prior to the expiration the password rotation should be attempted, and how many times the attempts are to be made. The new password gets updated in both the end machine and Securden repository so you don't have to manually change the passwords anywhere.
Prerequisite: Only the accounts for which remote access credentials have been provided can have password rotation configured. You can configure remote credentials from Admin >> Device Level Configurations.
To configure Password Rotation, navigate to Admin >> Notifications >> Expired Password Rotation and move the toggle “Reset Passwords Upon Expiration” to green.
When to Rotate Passwords
You can configure Securden to carry out password changes on the day of password expiration by choosing ‘On Expiration Date’. You may also decide to rotate a few days prior to the expiration by choosing ‘Prior to Expiration’ date.
If you choose ‘On Expiration Date’,
If you choose ‘Prior to Expiration’,
You can modify the password rotation settings anytime as desired from the Admin >> Notifications >> Expired Password Rotation section.