LastPass Admin Management of Global Equivalent Domains
LastPass Business admins can add Global equivalent domains for their account to allow users to manage a single login for different domains that are related.
If you are not a LastPass Business admin and want to manage these settings as a user from your vault, please see Manage Equivalent Domains.
- Both domains and subdomains can be entered (e.g., sample.com and services.sample.com, respectively)
- All subdomains and paths are considered equivalent automatically by default (e.g., services.sample.com where "services" is the subdomain)
- When entering subdomains, specific syntax is required. You must enter "=" directly before the subdomain, then enter a space after the domain, then enter a comma, then enter another space (e.g., =services.sample.com , login.lastpass.com)
- Top-level domains (TLDs) are not accepted and will be considered as invalid (e.g., *.com)
For example, if you have the same login credentials for Site #1: http://subdomain.example.com/path and Site #2: http://sample.com, then you would add your equivalent domains as: example.com,sample.com with the understanding that Site #1's "subdomain" and "path" are already included by default.
For an equivalent subdomains (meaning you have the same login credentials for Site #1: https://subdomain.example.com and Site #2: https://sample.com), if you want to be more granular about which fill options appear on specific URLs, then you would add your equivalent subdomain as: =subdomain.example.com , sample.com in your entry.