Deleting a user will delete that user’s LastPass account entirely. If the user has saved any personal logins or other data to their Vault then they will no longer have access to that data. Reinvite user – Send another invitation for the user to activate their account. Deleting a user will delete that user’s LastPass account entirely. If the user has saved any personal logins or other data to their Vault then they will no longer have access to that data. Reinvite user – Send another invitation for the user to activate their account.
LastPass Password Manager
Beginning Wednesday, March 10th, OU IT will deploy LastPass password manager to all employees and students at the Norman, Health Sciences, and Tulsa campuses.
LastPass improves digital security by allowing users to securely create and store passwords in an encrypted environment. You can use the LastPass mobile app or web browser plugin to easily access the sites, apps, tools, and systems you use, which will:
- Save you time by automating your logins
- Eliminate the frustration of lost and forgotten passwords
- Educate you on easy ways to improve ‘password hygiene’ and better protect your digital identity and OU's data and systems
Activate LastPass Enterprise for Professional Use
Full-time faculty and staff (0.75 FTE or higher) will receive an activation email for LastPass Enterprise directly from LastPass on Wednesday, March 10th. Follow the prompts within the LastPass site to complete your registration. You can click the link below for step-by-step instructions:
Your activation code will remain active for one week. LastPass will resend a new activation code to unregistered users each Wednesday for three weeks. After this initial activation period, OU IT will provide instructions for requesting a Last Pass code.
Activate LastPass Premium for Personal Use
All students, faculty and staff may register for LastPass Premium (also referred to as Premium as a Perk) for free to store personal passwords. Personal accounts must be registered with non-OU email addresses.
For more information, please see the OU IT Support for LastPass self help articles. The LastPass account types article details which account type will best suit your needs.
LastPass now offers the ability to create a time-based one-time passcode (TOTP) in the LastPass vault for Enterprise and Identity users. Time-based one-time passcodes (TOTP) are a form of two-factor authentication (2FA) that add additional security for each login. When a user is logging into a website or application, a TOTP requests that the user provides a verification code to ensure that the individual requesting to login is who they say they are.
TOTP differentiate from the LastPass Authenticator or LastPass MFA application as it is only for Vault site entries as opposed to externally saved sites or applications.
Lastpass Personal Changes
With TOTP, users can secure websites and applications with two-factor authentication to prevent data breaches. LastPass will store the TOTP next to the password of a site to provide simple access to protected sites.
Lastpass Personal And Business
In addition, for shared sites that require two-factor authentication, LastPass offers the ability to share TOTP in order to allow users to access the same site (using the same site credentials) without disabling a secondary form of authentication. This will simplify access for team passwords, such as social media accounts, IT administrator credentials, or shared portal logins.
Admins will have the ability to turn this feature on for their end-users through a new policy, called ‘Don’t show TOTP in vault’. When this policy is enabled, end-users will not be able to see the TOTP option in their LastPass vault.
Like all LastPass vault records, the codes are encrypted, backed up and securely synced to all your devices.
To learn more about how to create a TOTP code, read this article.